Did you know that the Monkey Puzzle Tree (Araucaria araucana) is native to Chile?
Did you know the popular name was not coined on any facts about being difficult for monkeys to climb, but more so the opinion of a British gentleman in Cornwall observing a newly planted specimen?
Did you know that Langley has a Monkey Puzzle Tree farm? (this is not the actual phone number for the tree farm - don't call it)
Did you know that this cache is not located at or near that Monkey Puzzle Tree farm?
Did you know that monkeys like puzzles?
Did you know that Dwight the Monkey has created a puzzling cache in Langley?
One of the keys to good security is a combination of something you have, and something you know. Dwight the Monkey guards his secrets closely, and while he has a high disdain for Monkey Puzzle Trees, he quite enjoys monkey puzzles, and trees.
To find this cache, you’ll need to combine something you have with something you know. Do you know Dwight the Monkey? Did you consider checking the related web page to see where he is?
Once you find out where Dwight has hidden his cache, it’s one more small puzzle to get at the log – but if you get that far the rest should be a cinch.
Cache location: N 49 AA.XXX W 122 BB.YYY