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The PV Puzzler

A cache by teampv Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/18/2013
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is located at the coordinates listed.  Permission has been granted by property owner to hide cache at this location.  This spot has lots of room for travel bugs and SWAG exchange.  Geocaching starter kits are also provided for anyone wanting to take one and submit their own hide!  


Once you've found the location of the cache, you must enter the puzzle code into the cryptics in order to open it and retrieve the key.  The numbers that answer the questions will be the 8 digit code needed in the order they are listed in.

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 #1    #2    #2    #3     #4    #5     #6    #6

#1.  How many handicap parking signs are there in the back parking lot you are located in?

#2.  The number of wood panels on the backside of the garbage corral + the number of down spouts on the back of the building you are standing behind + the number of green awnings on the back of the same building.  This will equal a two digit number.

#3.  How many garage doors does the auto glass building with the blue roof just west of the cache location have?

#4.   How many light poles are located in the parking lot you are in?

#5.  How many garage doors are in the back of the gray and red express lube building just diagonal of your location?

#6.  How many trees line the back of the parking lot?

Please be respectful of the amount of work that went into this hide.  We'd like this cache to be around for a long time!

The puzzle is the log book for this cache!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ab arrq gb ragre gur pbeeny.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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