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MaxKim's Reverse Geocache (One of 6 in the world)

A cache by MaxKim Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/01/2015
2.5 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Attached to the cache is TB5HZZT check on the bug to see if the cache is logged in at an event.

Something a bit different!

The idea for this type of cache goes back several years and I'm eternally grateful for all the effort Mike Hart of Austin, Texas put into developing it. There are very few active Reverse Caches worldwide with (on average) one new Reverse Cache's being published each year. Greatest respect also to the late Ernie Barrow who brought the first one to the UK (GC5000X) and got me hooked on the idea of making my own.

What is it?

The lid of the cache is locked closed and to log it you will need to figure out how to open the lid to sign the logbook inside. Please don't use force or tools on the box. Don't shake the box to make it rattle - this could dislodge the tiny circuit boards inside.

Once you solve the puzzle and sign the log book you will need to return the cache container back to MaxKim.

The easy bit is putting your hands on the cache!
Have a think what you need to do then just get started!

This cache can only be attempted by one caching team at once. Please return it as soon as possible after you have signed the log! Please don't give away the final location in your logs or photo's.

Finally, a big thank you to Groundspeak for giving permission for this special cache and to DalesmanX for his efforts on our behalf.

Most importantly - have fun!!!

Happy Caching

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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