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Here & There In Halpatiokee

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Hidden : 05/03/2014
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is located in Halpatiokee Regional Park in Martin county FL.

The park is home to baseball & soccer fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, a kayak rental facility, picnic pavilions, a roller hockey arena, and miles of hiking & biking trails.

A list of some of the wild life I have seen in the park includes deer, tortoises, armadillos, alligators, wild hogs, squirrels, and a host of birds.

This is a multi-cache which begins in a hammock near the north end of the park. Stage one is housed in a camoed square plastic tube. Please replace the tube so that it won't collect water. I would recommend bringing insect repellent, as it can be quite buggy during the wet season.

An 80s era calculator may help you with the field puzzle (but probably not the one on your phone)

Final is a camoed 3x6 cylinder, seeded with a new, un-activated geocoin for the FTF, and a couple of foreign coins.

Have fun; watch out for Muggles, and as always CITO!

Congrats to TDBRIGGS on FTF 

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

fgntr bar - onfr bs ovt bnx
fgntr gjb - snyyra cnyz

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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