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Glámr: 4th Course

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Hidden : 12/20/2013
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4.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

You'll find nothing at the published co-ordinates except a big ol' fishin' hole. But who has fish for pudding?

Wot's for Afters ?

There is no significant puzzle element to this cache. it's a ? because of it "bonus" nature. You will need to have foraged for ingredients during your first 3 courses and use them in the recipe for this one.

Please read all of the following very carefully before setting off

The D/T ratings for this cache are influenced by those of the courses you will need to have finished before starting on this one, particularly Glámr: 2nd Course. Although there is a section with difficult terrain, we would not classify this cache itself as greater than D3/T4 during normal seasonal conditions of weather and rainfall. Having said that, care needs to be taken to avoid injury and the final stage should not be attempted if conditions are adverse. Risks taken in spite of poor conditions are solely as a result of your choice and any consequences must be considered as none other than your responsibility. You can always return another day. Geocaching can be dangerous. Be safe!

Our special offer Glámr menu for a fun evening out consists of 4 courses. This one is Pud!

Unfortunately, for those of you with a sweet tooth or a small stomach, you will need to have got through your starter, mains and a palate cleanser before being able to enjoy this one. But go on, indulge yourself with all of these "tastes of local wilderness". . .

You can expect the complete 4-course meal to take around 3.5- 4 hours and cover around 5 miles ... so a good evening out!

During your meal so far you should have come across the recipe and ingredients for this course. Now all you have to do is make it!

Whether you will manage to finish it depends on how big your appetite is!

Remember though, there is one very important ingredient left to find along the route! You will recognise that you have found the location by the presence of an unusual quantity and type of Glámr. You will find an object with 2 letters and 3 numbers on it. You should take note of the numbers and multiply them together; then multiply the result by an ingredient you have left over from foraging on the other courses and might already have been wondering what to do with. This is more than the cream for your crumble!

At risk of repeating ourselves yet again, don't forget to check the attributes of this course, as well as all the others, before leaving home . . .

In case you started by checking this interesting D/T rating opportunity and now realise you need to look at the other items on the menu, you will find them at:

Glámr: 1st Course, Glámr: 2nd Course, Glámr: 3rd Course

We hope you have enjoyed the meal so far and are looking forward to your PUDDING!

Many thanks to Amberel for honouring the Glámr series with his Top Cache Award:

Belated Congratulations !

to Haggis 87 and mpw246pl (aka The Celts) for their marathon FTFs

on all of the Glámr series caches on December 28th, 2013

Special Mention !

to asuma99 for the 1st solo completion of all the Glámr series caches.

20.03.2014 (1st day of spring)

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

juvgr znexref

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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