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OCCT - The Punctuation (Symbol) - Challenge Mystery Cache

Hidden : 11/18/2012
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Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Welcome to the Oak Creek Challenge Trail

Cache is at posted coordinates but you must meet the requirements of this challenge in order to log a find on it.

  • OCCT - The Punctuation (Symbol) - Challenge

The Rules:

To complete this challenge you must meet all of the following conditions:

  • This challenge requires you to find 30 caches each with a different type of punctuation or symbol. Here are some of the possible options: ` ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ - + = { [ } ] \ | ; : ' " < , > . ? /

    The hide was placed with my feet on the ground, you need to retrieve it the same way, please be prepared with the appropriate totts. Please place your caches in a bookmark listing with them so I can verify your finds.

    Additional Information:

    • Any posted "Found It" logs that do not meet the requirements of this challenge will be deleted.
    • If you have not met the requirements of this challenge, you may visit this cache, sign the log book and post a note on this page. When you have met the requirements of this challenge, you may then post a "Found It" log without having to revisit the cache.
    • FTF Honors go to first person (or team) to sign and qualify, if multiple people sign at same time and qualify, Co-FTF works. Please notify twofingersdown or bjmccacher with any questions.

    More information about the trail:

    The Oak Creek trail was on old railroad line that was taken out of service in 1993 and turned into the trail in 1996. To find out more information click here. We hope that you enjoy the trail as much as we do.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Unatvat va gerr. Svsgrra srrg bss gur tebhaq. Pnzb'rq cvyy obggyr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)