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Goz on the Moor

A cache by Goz Family Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/15/2011
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

My favourite place on Dartmoor. Not too far really from the small carpark north of Sharpitor. Take a nice little walk up past Sharpitor and head over to Leather Tor. Keep west of Leather Tor and head around the southern point of the tail of the Tor. You will get some amazing views of the Burrator Reservior to the south. Standing on the tail you can have Sharpitor at 330 degrees, Leather Tor directly north and a radio mast 028 degees. Whilst you are taking in the view look 160 degrees.

This is the first Geo Cache the Goz Family have put out. This is Daddy Goz's stomping ground when he can't get north and home. The view is one of the best on Dartmoor and on a clear day you can see the break water at Plymouth. We decided to put out this cache and combine Ryan Goz's 'Letter Box', do not confuse the two, so you better bring your stamp too. The cache has been recently updated to a medium and restocked with the help of Bex. The original was a small one with a first fill is as follows, how exciting hey!
An Oman Half Rial Bank Note
A State of Bahrain 100 Coin
A Santa Claus flashing Decoration
A Visa London Olympics Pin Badge
A Royal Navy Key Ring
A US Quarter Dollar 1996
A United Arab Emirates 1 Coin
A Poppy
A Gibraltar Cloth Badge
A Royal Navy Badge
The Travel Bug F5EGMQ
and some biz cards
Please sign the little log book too.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

12 cnprf njnl sebz gur gur obggbz bs gur Puevfgznf gerr lbh znl trg n ovt ebpx yvxr n obk.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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