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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.


Amber Suntans?!?!

A cache by leeroy71 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/1/2013
2.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A conceptually straightforward and simple, but quite tricky, litte puzzle cache in Aborfield.

The cache is NOT at the published coords.

The cache can be found at the following location;

N 51° The Root Of All Evil

W 000° 54. The Number Of The Beast

You can check your answers for this puzzle at

The cache is a camo'd black tapered tube, about the size of a pen.

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= Happy New Year to colincatcus!!


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

CHMMYR= Nppbeqvat gb gur zbfg erprag eriryngvbaf.....!? naq abg znlor gur bar lbh xabj. Tvir vg n Tbbtyr.
PNPUR= Ng gur qrnq 'ha,

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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