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Maker Made-- Gibson Hill

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Hidden : 05/06/2014
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is not at the listed coordinates. This is a combination Geocache and Letterbox hide. The logbook can be signed by Geocachers and stamped by Letterboxers. I carved a stamp that stays with the cache that can be stamped onto a personal Letterboxing logbook. See for more information about the sport.

The listed coordinates will take you to parking for the hunt. In Letterboxing style, you follow written directions from there. Head South until you find the paved path and head East, then South on that path. At the point where the path turns West, you will see 2 evergreens just to the left of the path. Walk between those trees, then approximately 25 paces (50 steps) South toward the fence. You will see a grouping of three evergreens. The cache is hidden under the "skirt" of the middle tree on the Southeast side. This is a prickly "muggle-deterent", so you might like to have gloves with you, or you can use the branch placed near the cache to gently pull it onto the grass.

The stamp, and the title of this cache, refer to the virtual souvenir design and events that were held this Spring honoring Makers of special Geocaches. I was inspired by the hosts of the event that I attended to put out a cache for the kids-- regular sized with swag to trade for and it's near a playground too.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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