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Leeroy71: I'm archiving all of my caches due to a change in circumstances, on-going problems with pain/ injury and following feedback from a fellow cacher.

Thanks to all of you who visited and enjoyed my caches and to those who didn't enjoy them, sorry but I tried my best. It's time to let somebody else have a go.

When able in the future, I still hope to get out and about finding the odd cache.


and All That??

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Hidden : 8/16/2012
3 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

An fun, quite tricky for me,  puzzle cache!!

The coords shown are not for the cache, but are for a sports playing field about 0.75 miles away.

Ponder this...

I thought I'd share with you another epic, eventful and fun-filled day of caching!! I was up and out a wheelin' by 8am, I was heading for Twyford (via Hurst) on the hunt for new caches, as I've never ventured up that way before. The first cache i went for involved navigating 2 wooden stiles and this means dismantling my wheelchair, throwing it over the stile, throwing myself over the stile and then putting the chair back together again. However, on the second stile, my favourite geocaching shorts got snagged on the stile as i was lobbing myself over it!! The net result, one pair of shorts ruined and one old lady, who was nearby walking her dog, got the full moon treatment!! Then i was chased through this field by a flatulent cow!!! The next cache involved, dragging myself up a couple of nettle covered muddy banks. Which with the back of my shorts ripped open, was quite interesting!! Then, despite the forecast saying no rain, i got caught in the biggest baddest shower i seen for a while. I'm just there hunkered under some trees saying to myself "I hope this rain peters out soon, as i forgotten my blooming waterproofs....D'oh!!". Then 3.5 hugely satisfing hours later i made it back home 2 caches to the good, one pair of shorts to the bad and one backside...well lets not go there!!! Anyway, i've had an absolute ball today, it's been briiliant!!!  I luv Geocaching sooooo much.....just give me more moore mooore!!!!

Hopefully, from my ramblings, you can link 7 items together, all with associated numerical values between 1-99.
Let's call them A-J;

The cache can be found at the following location;
N 51° CE.(I+C)(A+D)(D+F+G) W 000° (H-A)B.(F-G)JI

You can check your answers for this puzzle at

The Cache is a small round camo'd 4 Clip containing a few goodies.

As with any of my puzzle caches, if you are struggling at all and you require an extra nudge/ hint, please feel free to contact me as I'm more than happy to help you.

FTF= Well Done colincactus and bobcat!!


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

CHMMYR= "Sbe gur svany gvzr, qba'g trg fuvegl!!"

PNPUR= Uvqvat oruvaq gur gerr gung oraqf gb gur yrsg.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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