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WiTS - WWI - 5. Think Tank!

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Hidden : 9/16/2014
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Geocache Description:

We are group of young Dorset volunteers who have set a trail so you can go back in time and walk in the Shoes of a Dorset First World War Soldier. In this cache there are things to swap, some history cards we made and a QR code to scan with a WW1 radio show and extra info. We did all the research and design work and made our own app.

In this cache we have tried to tell the story of a Dorset First World War Soldier and the creation of the tank. It is Dorset's unique contribution to the First World War. We did all the research and design work and made our own app. We would love to know what you think about the story we tell you while you stand in this spot, where 100 years ago you would have seen soldiers attempting to practice reversing tanks onto this pretend train.

Take the footpath that runs alongside the road. Be sure to stay inside the yellow markers. Cache placed with the kind permission of Bovington Camp Estate Office.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Jura lbh pbzr npebff n pbapergr enzc ba lbhe evtug, tb gb gur sne raq naq ghpxrq va n ubyr va gur enzc'f fvqr yvrf lbhe cevmr.

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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