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Rhymes and Lyrics

A cache by RoodeFive Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/14/2012
1 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A child friendly, easy to find cache.  A great way to introduce the little ones to the sport of cache hunting!
I started geocaching with my 3 young kids (ages 3-8) as it is a fun way to get some exercise.  In my experience, they can get rather frustrated and loose interest if they cannot locate the hidden cache in a reasonable amount of time.  This cache location caters for the younger members.
Kids may want to play along using these clues:
Clue One - The Grand Old Duke of York
The nursery rhyme The Grand Old Duke of York refers to an actual period in history.  As described in the nursery rhyme, in 1471 King Edward IV marched his troops up and down a hill.  The name of the hill is the same as for the street on which the cache is hidden.  

Clue Two - Teasing Mr Crocodile
Teasing Mr Crocodile makes referral to a location where 5 little animals found themselves.  Where is that?

Clue Three - The Rainbow Song
This is a beautiful song about colours.  Your clue is the second colour that is referred to in the song.

Clue Four - English Country Garden
The lyrics of English Country Garden makes reference to a variety of what?
The cache contains the following:

A logbook, pen and a swapable.  We don't mind if you take more than one item from the cache, but for every item you take, please put one back.
Its a 2.3L clear, waterproof container
Please take the time to sign the logbook as my kids will be following this enthusiastically.

You won't have to enter the property in order to find the cache

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pyhr bar - Onearg
Pyhr gjb - Gerr
Pyhr guerr - Lryybj
Pyhr sbhe - Sybjref

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)