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A Sleuth of Bears: The committee decided to retire the MKBW caches at the end of 2015, so I'm archiving all the Indigo series caches and will be going out sometime soon to collect them (hoping I can find them all!!!).

Thanks to all who found and commented on these caches.


MKBW: Indigo 19 - Off Road

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Hidden : 10/08/2012
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

MKBW Indigo Section

MKBW: Indigo 19 – Off Road

The Milton Keynes Boundary Walk is a circular walk approximately 65 miles long around the boundary of the Milton Keynes Unitary Authority; it is waymarked with the Oakleaf symbol.

In 2012 a group a local geocachers divided the walk into sections and set a series of over 300 caches along the boundary.

Please note: the "Caching the Boundary" website is no longer available and the intention is to archive these caches at the end of 2015.

This is the nineteenth cache in this section. It could be done as a cache and dash if you don't want to do the whole section. It contains information to help you find the indigo bonus cache, which is hidden near the middle of the section.

This cache is a small clip-lock box containing log book and pencil with room for a few small items.

If you're lucky, you may see hares around here.

Note for clockwise travellers: The character of the walk changes here - from woodland and field paths, it opens out into a broad avenue with views towards Snelson Mill. There is a non-MKBW cache between here and MKBW: Indigo 20.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ebnq fvqr, Abg tebhaq yriry

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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