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The Quest for Merlin's Tree (part 1)

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Hidden : 1/12/2011
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Geocache Description:

A series of caches consisting of GC2MB97,GC2MB87, GC2MB8E, GC2MB8W and
GC2MB97 THIS ONE HAS VANISHED so the NUMBER to correspond with A is in the hint for those wanting to find the final cache. New cache in place as soon aspossible.

Extract from Captain Morgan's diary dated 1675.

The days dragged on as we waited for a Spring tide to refloat our grounded ship.
Natives of these parts spoke of four hidden scrolls and runes that lead to Merlin's
secret location. Hoping that his magic might assist us I resolved to track him down.

Twas thus that I found myself at this spot (Excalibur might have stood here once)
with the first rune in hand. Being skilled in things arcane I was able to decipher
the rune which is a number that I have painted inside the scroll holder for others to use.
This shall be equal to A

A few people have expressed an interest in this area which use to be the main entrance to Bryn y Neuadd. More info here

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gur yrggre N rdhnyf fvk

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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