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I left my heart.... Traditional Geocache

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Professor Xavier: As the owner has not responded to my previous log requesting that they check this cache I am archiving it.

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Charles Xavier
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Hidden : 04/02/2002
2 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A nice, easy walk around a local park.

We got to visit jolly ol’ England for 2 weeks and had a great time. Technically this is a two-part cache, the second of which is placed San Francisco Bay Area. The name of the California cache is London Calling. If you’re in the area check it out. This cache is just about a mile from our friend’s house and we planted it on a short walk. All of the original contents were nick knacks we picked up on Pier 39 in San Francisco. The “city by the bay” is about an hour west of where we live and has been a favorite of ours since before we were married. If you love food you have to visit some time.

The container is an 8”x 6” Tesco plastic box hidden in a black garbage bag. An extra bag should be in there if the first one gets damaged.


  • 1 SF T-shirt
  • 3 SF Key rings
  • 4 SF lapel pins
  • 7 SF postcards
  • 1 SF fridge magnet
  • 1 SF shot glass
  • 1 SF potholder
  • 1 SF red teddy bear
  • US coins
  • Pens
  • Logbook
A camera wasn’t included but if someone would care to adopt this cache and include a disposable that would really be appreciated. I’ll pitch in for developing costs; say a small Jessup’s gift certificate, a Geo Caching hat or something.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Vs lbh pbagvahr fgenvtug cnfg gur tenir lbh’yy svaq vg.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)