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Shvil Israel S-2-N. Day #25 Ein Kobi & The End

A cache by Yarives Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/22/2012
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Israel Trail South 2 North.

This cache is part of a series of caches placed over the course of a month long trek starting at Eilat and ending at the Kotel in Jerusalem. During each day of hiking, I hid a cache at some point along the trail. Please read the following warnings carefully, before proceeding to look for the caches in this series. (For more information about the trail, please refer to the web page)

Because the caches and contents in the series were carried for hundreds of kilometers, they are minimal. All caches include a small to medium plastic container, a log page, a pencil, and usually a few small trinkets. The contents may vary but are usually very basic. I had to leave it to future cachers to add treasures that are more exotic.

• I would like to thank Tomer Noyhouzer , Jonathan Devor And Oran Aviv, for volunteering to assist me in the maintenance this series of caches.

About the cache
This is the last cache of the series. After 30 days on the trail and 24 days of hiking, I am finally going home!

The site is a beautiful spot with trees, picnic tables and a water spring. The spring is inside a small stone building and there is not enough water to swim but it is still a very nice place all the same.
The cache is located a bit off the central area at the outskirts of the park area.
BTW I noticed that the elevation of this cache is exactly 700 Meters. This is undoubtedly a sign. Just not sure a sign of what ;-)

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ybbx sbe n gerr jvgu n fvatyr gehax.
1 zrgre sebz gur gerr vf n ynetr obhyqre.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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