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Oh So Easy

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Hidden : 09/15/2012
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Cache is NOT at the posted coordinates, but you probably already knew that since you would be breaking the law walking on an on/off ramp to Interstate 5. To find the cache you must solve the puzzle below. Difficulty is on the puzzle, not the cache. Terrain is for the cache.

There are many things that are easy in this world that involves geocaching. One of them is caching for the #'s, but how many #'s could you cache in a day, you may ask. The answer is I don't no how many #'s of caches you can find in one day. That is truly up to the cacher. But you could be spending lots of gas $ trying to find some & you may consider this puzzle to be easy, some may not. If you do have trouble send me an email at ^ But I do know one thing! And that one thing is where to find the cache! But you don't know where it is located & how are you going to find it. You can spend lots of time and $ driving all over town to find it). Remember that you can always email me at if you need help. I'm here to help you solve my puzzle! But what puzzle. I don't see any puzzle ^ The truth is, you already read it.

You can validate your puzzle solution with certitude.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Puzzle] ~`
[Cache] Lbh zhfg gnxr fbzr yvtugrq evfxf

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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