AR Aylesbury Duck - Golden Egg Bonus
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This cache is the culmination of a series of some one hundred and forty caches set along The Aylesbury Ring, a circular footpath that follows a thirty mile route round Aylesbury.
The cache is not at the published co-ords, where you might well see ducks of various sorts, but sadly no Aylesbury Ducks. The cache is within two miles, and inside the Aylesbury Ring footpath. To determine it's location you will need to have found and logged the majority of the 140 or so caches in the seven series sections, and collected all eleven two-letter codes and their values.
OK, so you've done most of the leg work by collecting the two-letter codes. Now, what to do with them? In the first grid below, enter these two-letter codes in row B under their appropriate value.
Now for the tricky bit. You have to decide how the blank squares in the second grid below should be populated - it's easy really, so don't over-complicate it!
Once you have done that, simply read off the contents of each square as shown by the two-letter codes (from x and y axis), and enter that in row C in the upper grid.
Still with me?
Now simply convert the contents of each box in row C into the appropriate value (A=1 B=2 etc, dropping the leading digit of any two-digit values) and enter these into the box below in row D.
Once you have each box in row D filled, it should be very obvious what to do next.
Now for the last bit of leg work to go and collect the Golden Egg Bonus. The Difficulty rating reflects the amount of work required to find this cache, the Terrain rating relates to this cache alone. The best approach is from the north, where there is safe on-verge parking at the obvious trail head (but please don't block entrances or drivers' views).
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