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VS #750 Upper Bush

A cache by nellie's Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/16/2016
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Upper Bush is a hamlet in the parish of Cuxton,in the unitary authority of Medway, in Kent.

The hamlet has only a few houses, including two Grade II listed buildings; Barrow Hill House and High Birch. In Upper Bush there are four houses dating from 14th century and a Tudor Kentish Yeoman's house.

The North Downs Way long distance path leads through the village, between Cuxton and Upper Halling. There is a North Downs Way milestone in the centre of this lovely hamlet and some lovely views across the fields.

There is a small area to park near the Village sign and parking near the location of the cache once you have got the information required. This can also be done as an addition to our Dedicated to Dad series and is a short distance from #6.

The coordinates are for the Village Sign and you will need to get some information from here - to locate the cache work out the following ABCDEF

A = Number of windows on the house

B = Number of U's minus number of P's of the name

C = Number of windows and doors on the Oast House minus the number of chimneys on the house

D = Number of Pheasants on the sign

E = Total number of windows and doors on the house

F = Number of letters in the first word of the name

Final coordinates are N51 22.ABC E000 26.DEF



Well done on FTF Looneydrews - we had a bit of a wager on this one and you were in our top 3 FTFinders :-) PLEASE DO NOT PUT SPOILER PHOTOS ON OUR CACHES OR THEY WILL BE DELETED

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Onfr bs GC - cyrnfr ercynpr naq pbire nf sbhaq

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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