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So what is this cache all about?
Well let's just say that the inspiration for this cache came from two sources.
1. I always wanted to hide a "traditional" cache at the puzzle's starting coordinates (the big monument on the waterfront in Dun Laoghaire), but I couldn't quite squeeze it in and still remain within the rules of Geocaching of not having a physical container within 0.1 miles (528 feet or 161 metres) of another cache container. And there are so many great hidey-holes in and around the monument. It is literally Crevice Heaven! But it was not to be.
2. At the Easter Egg Extravaganza Event held in Marley Park on 30-March-2013 (GC45THB), a fellow cacher who wishes to remain anonymous (so let's just refer to him as "GC" shall we)... well anyway, this unknown cacher remarked about the rising number of Puzzle Caches on the South Side that were cluttering up his/her otherwise clean Geocaching Map. Woe is GC!
So based on this inspiration, this simple little puzzle cache was born.
20.8.5 220.127.116.11.5.18 18.104.22.168 25.15.21 22.214.171.124
126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11.23
N 53° 17.718 W 006° 07.618
Good Hunting! You are looking for a 2-inch wide snap-top box.
Chmmyr: Vg'f evtug va sebag bs lbh
Pnpur: Jnyx nybat gur cvre gb TM - gura ybbx bire gur jnyy ng gur cbvag jurer lbh frr n ynetr penpx ng purfg yriry. Pnpur vf frnfvqr va n perivpr ORYBJ gur yvggyr yrqtr lbh pna frr. Oruvaq n srj pnzb ebpxf. Gurer vf na npprff cbvag 10 zrgerf fbhgu sebz TM.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum