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Jungle Book #39

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Hidden : 06/18/2013
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The next stop is an easy 3-step multi visiting some nearby sites.

use Magnetic North

The southern side of the nearby bridge marks an historic aboriginal site where burying the annual yabbie catch kept them in a naturally refrigerated and hibernative state for up to a year; until the road was widened and the 'fridges' were destroyed.

Beginning at the Bus Stop
If you were to take the bus to Deakin Uni (route ABC), what time of the hour would you expect a connecting bus if you were going there on Saturday? DE
use this to get heading (Dx100)= compass bearing
Distance to walk =BC meters as the crow flys

At WP2 how many letters grace the gate archway? (If access seems blocked follow path around behind.)
answer =F
project this distance uphill and and walk (Fx46)m on heading of aprox (Fx35) degrees to WP3

how many black plastic anti-scratch pads are there on this device? (or would have been originally?) Answer is 2 digits = GH

to solve final
S 37° 45.H(D-1)A E 145° 07.F(E+1)C
Bus times updated April 2019 courtesy of BoabTree

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Vg vf cerggl farnxl, jung qb lbh pnyy n cnegvny rpyvcfr?

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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