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Hiddingh Security TB Hotel

A cache by Mr Panda Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/25/2010
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: large (large)

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Geocache Description:

The Cache

The listed coordinates will take you to the entrance of a small office. In the interests of travel bug security, ground zero is located in the office of campus security. This is not meant to be a clever hide. There is nothing to figure out. The personnel are aware of the cache, so feel free to tell them what you are looking for if you are asked. They know it as "the box". Please DO NOT go behind the desk without permission. 


The security office is open 24/7.

Campus Protection Services (CPS) is being really nice and supportive by allowing the cache be placed here! Please be extra, super nice to the personnel you encounter!  Please give these hard workers a smile, at the least!

Please don't completely clean out hotel without adding new trackables in.

Some stats on hotel stays

1237 Visits for 1195 unique trackables
(Updated 15 May 2014)

Some sights to see at Hiddingh


Some Cache History

This cache began life in July 2010 with the name "Bertram Garden's TB Hotel" and was hidden in the garden towards the back of the campus. It had a happy life for nine months, and then was muggled sometime towards the end of March 2011. I wanted the hotel to be more secure than that and it took some time to make a plan and replace the cache. In August 2011 I reinvented the cache to its current form.

Thanks for your patronage!


FTF goes to paddawan!


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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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