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April Tapelig Park
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This park has been renamed in honor of International Anchovy Appreciation Day!
April Tapelig was a Norwegian zoologist who moved to New Haven CT to teach at Brine University and is widely credited with being the first to suggest putting anchovies on pizza. "Tastes pretty good" she told her students.
In her hometown of Oslo residents celebrate her birthday by shouting, "April! April! Du dumme sild!"
See the hint for a literal translation to English, and then a more colloquial interpretation.
Hint for the cache is at the end.
This is a large Lock and Lock clone. This is my first contribution to the White Plains area. I work here part of the week and have enjoyed the great caches in the area. I have quite a few hides around Suffolk County over in Long Island.
Use your Google translator for some insight into the cache name. You might be asked if you want a little circle over the "A" in the last name. Say yes.
Yvgreny genafyngvba: "Ncevy! Ncevy! Lbh qhzo ureevat!"
be nf jr fnl bire urer:
Va gur jnyy guerr srrg sebz gur gerr
Last Updated: on 12/7/2017 8:47:16 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (4:47 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum