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Quasar: It is with regret that I archive "A Card Carrying Cache". It's almost 3 years to the day since I planted it, and I checked on the cache today, and found it filled with foul-smelling mud, all contents ruined, from the floods back in November. Also when I planted it, this place was a picturesque, tranquil reserve. I didn't anticipate that in 3 years it become an overgrown mess, full of blackberries and other noxious weeds. It's no longer at all scenic, so I won't be replacing the cache here. Thanks to all who visited. Look out for another cache with the same theme elsewhere in Victoria in the near future.


A Card Carrying Cache

A cache by Quasar Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/01/2002
3 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Watch out for the card sharks!

This is a theme cache, consisting entirely of packs of playing cards. There are initially 10 packs of cards in the cache, all different. Please follow the theme and swap only full decks of cards into the cache. Souvenir/pictorial decks are ideal.

Initial decks of cards:
- North Yorkshire
- London Underground souvenir
- Royal Hawk
- Queens slipper
- Prestick plastic
- Melbourne Trams
- Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone
- Aboriginal Art
- Winnie the Pooh
- Crown Casino - used on the blackjack tables.

The cache container is a translucent yellow round container, which is quite well camoflaged.

Wear waterproof shoes if it's been raining. This area can get a little muddy.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pebff gur ovt perrx hfvat n angheny oevqtr. Gur pnpur vf uvqqra va gur zvqqyr bs n fznyy cngpu bs sreaf.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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