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PuCK Butterfly#21 - What's what where?

A cache by Sallilas-HarrisClan Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/1/2014
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is NOT at the published co-ordinates and you do not need to visit them to find it.

The cache is a small container with only room for a couple of small swappables and the logbook. There is no pen, so please bring your own.

Please replace the cache hidden as found and let me know if any maintenance is needed. Thank you.

Puzzle Caches for Kids: Butterfly
#21 - What's what where?

Every picture tells a story. To find this cache read this one.

I created these Puzzle Caches for Kids because my own children saw me trying to solve some of the trickier puzzle caches and asked why there weren't any that they could try to solve.
I wanted to find a theme that both boys and girls could find interest in, so I decided to concentrate on a wildlife and countryside theme and create them in the shape of a butterfly.
At this point, I need to admit that I am not the clever one who created this wonderful shape - that honor goes to nognod, a fellow geocacher, who is skilled at creating shapes with co-ordinates and who offered his help with all aspects of getting these caches ready for publication, after creating many of his own often in clever shapes on the map.He is also willing to help anyone else who wishes to do something similar - just contact him through his geocaching profile page.
Thanks must also go to archaos who kindly agreed to move one set of his cache co-ordinates so it would be easier to fit the butterfly in this area.
Obviously, these caches aren't just for kids, but they are aimed at a level that kids won't find too difficult and adults should be able to do fairly easily - younger kids may need some assistance.
I have set out the caches in two routes of 15 caches each, each route taking maybe 2-4 hours depending on how fast you walk and how often you stop for a breather, but the caches may be done in smaller groups - if you wish to do this, you need to consider carefully where to park, as this area is quite hilly.

Read this OS map extract and answer the following questions -

ã Crown copywrite 2010 Ordnance Survey FL2014

Number of public houses = A
Number of public telephones plus the number of churches with a spire or tower = B
Number of footbridges = C
Number of moats plus number of wind pumps = D
Fill in the gaps on these grid references:-
Church with spire TQ _1710 12070 = E
Glasshouse TQ 51_10 12010 =F
Convent TQ 51750 11_80 = G
Sewage Works TQ51930 118_0 = H

Cache co-ordinates can be found at -

N50 5A.GCE , W000 0B.DFH

You can check here -

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Chmmyr: Pbhag irel pnershyyl naq erzrzore tevq ersreraprf tb "Guebhtu gur unyy naq hc gur fgnvef". Hfr n ehyre!
Pnpur: Gur Oyhr whapgvba pbhyq or ebpxl.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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