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This cache has been archived.

KM6AQT: Special thanks to physb for letting me know that this cache had drifted well away (OVER 350 FEET) from the original GZ. With the cache just 300 feet away from the nearest cache, I tried to move the cache back to the original GZ but there is nothing left in the area to attach the cache to. :(

Alas, it is time to archive and free up the area for someone else to have some fun. Special thanks to all those who visited over the last several years. This cache's drifting days are over!


Driftwood Revisited

A cache by SeanStafford Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/09/2011
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Cache is not at the listed coordinates
but is within three miles.

This cache is in memory of an archived, similar cache that was originally created by Motorbug and placed in the Baylands. Sadly, it was washed out to sea but I really liked the original idea behind the puzzle and just had to re-create it. I hope that you like it too.

14 c g b e 4 15 20 26 5 18 15 a i

23 a 20 23 15 b 26 5 18 15 i 4 15 20 a f a

15 digit checksum is 49

June 1, 2013: Cache update aka "confession time!"
Shortly after I set-up and published this puzzle, I noticed that the locals who live next to the GZ liked to move the home of the geocache from one side of the street to the other and then back again. Talk about a moving cache! Tennis balls move back and forth less than this poor geocache. The locals may feel that this icon of print media devalues their houses. If geosense fails, please use the hint. I think that you will find it useful.
  Congratulations to kanchan on FTF !!!  !!! 

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

V jbhyq abg Cbfg nalguvat urer!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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