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A "Good Ale" Challenge

A cache by JohnnyCache110 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/17/2013
2 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This cache will require teamwork! Obtaining the container could be a great challenge if attempted alone... This cache will take you through a section of the famous Goodale Park, home to the annual Community Festival! This cache gets it's name from a popular beverage of the Community Festival goers, as well as the location.

THIS CACHE IS NOT AT THE PUBLISHED COORDINATES - IT WILL REQUIRE TEAMWORK Please use stealth at final, muggles are more than likely to be in the area!
CONGRATULATIONS! Co-FTF goes to OnABoat and OtterOuttaWater!

You will start your journey at the published coordinates, finding the plaque nearby.

A= # of letters in the missing word of "The Magnolia ______"
B= Sum of digits from only 'year' displayed on plaque
C= Sum of 'all digits' displayed on plaque

(continue to NW GATE - listed waypoint)

D= ((TOTAL # of 'points' on gate) -1 / A)
E= (# of 'fleur de lis' points') / (# of 'heads' on one column just right of the gate)
F= # of 'points surrounded by a heart'

Final cache located at: N 39* 58.ABC  W 83* 00.DEF
*Final Coordinates should not direct you to leave Goodale Park*

You can find more information about "Comm Fest" at their website:
FTF prize is a nifty foreign coin I received on my frist FTF! Happy Hunting!!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

1. Pbhag pnershyyl ng gur tngr
2. Znl unir gb 'obbfg' sbe guvf bar

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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