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What in the Warde - Part 4 - Warde Express (T-7)

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Hidden : 4/15/2014
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The 4th in this P&G series brings you into southern Island Lakes along a fairly new roadway into the back (for the time being) end of Island Lakes. Like most stretches of Warde, there are no houses along it and its purpose is to move vehicles fast. This cache is a magnetic micro and should be an extremely easy find. You can NOT park along Warde. Please park on a nearby side street!

I've placed some pretty evil puzzles out there (my ying), so now I'm putting out a short series of P&Gs to produce some yang to my caching energy. It has been a very long, cold and snowy winter. Not a great winter to pick to cache through trying to get to the alluring club of "Zombie Cachers". During this time I have found a variety of styles of caches from evil to easy and even a variety of "P&Gs" that range from the very basic to the very clever. When needing a cache late at night to continue the streak, I've truly come to appreciate the value of the P&G. They're also handy for trying to break personal best for number of caches in a day. To give back and help the other cachers streaking through this miserable winter I'm putting together a mini P&G series along Ward Ave. Ward Avenue runs parallel to the South Perimeter through much of the South St. Vital area. Simple enough except... it jumps... a LOT!!

This fourth cache in this mini-series takes you to the second hop of warde that lands you in the southern Island Lakes area. You can tell the intent is to eventually bring this piece of Warde and the Royalwood Warde together. I would imagine long term, all Ward pieces would be joined? Time will tell. I recall contraversy the last time a bridge over the Seine river was built in the area and I'm sure any future endeavors through the same area would not occur easily.

To preserve the caching experience, please replace the hide as found. Cordinates are an average of multiple attempts and fine tuned with google maps.

What's with the bracket stuff in the title you may be wondering?
It's simply my personal identifier. The last letter (or sometimes only letter) refers to the hide itself and choices will be:
Traditional style of hide - typically the hide should be a typical container hidden in a "typical" caching way
Kid friendly hide - child reachable, findable and room for tradeables. Aimed at the little cachers.
and Evil style of hide - Something about it that makes me rub my hands together maniacally in anticipation. Perhaps more unique camo, different hiding technique, lots of options at GZ...

If there is two letters together, the first will refer to the style of cache. Puzzle, Multi, Earth, Letterbox etc.

The number after the dash simply is the number of hides in that series for me. Don't expect this number to get too big.

Congratulations to the following cachers:
FTF (met all requirements): MERCEDEEZBENZZ
FTS (sign the log): MERCEDEEZBENZZ
FTL (log electronically): klblue

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Erzrzore, vg'f zntargvp. Ahss fnvq...

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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