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Who Can It Be Now?

A cache by chasandmeg and other men at work Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/24/2017
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2.5 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

In celebration of Anzac Day, April 25, I hid this cache. It is not at the posted coordinates, and you probably should not go there. However it is within a click (distance, not mouse). To find the actual coordinates you will have to solve a puzzle. The degrees of North 42 and West 71 are presumed.

At a recent brekkie in a pub in Sydney, we were seated next to Keith Urban and his wife Nicole. We could not help overhearing their conversation about his concert for the upcoming ANZAC Day festivities! The opening act will be the 80’s band “Men at Work” leading off with their hit song “Who Can It Be Now?” We also noticed the were having a spirited game of Yahtzee on the place mat while they waited. After a particularly violent roll of the dice, Ms Kidman seemed unsure how to best use the combination for maximum points. I, of course, had to offer a suggestion. All I got for my contribution was a look of scorn as they said in unison, “That won’t work, mate, we’re playing Australian Rules Yahtzee!” So, after they explained, I returned, red-faced, to my Rice Bubbles. However, I did have an idea for a cache Puzzle! I managed to get a photo of the place mat, though some large blokes hustled us away from the famous couple before I could get any selfies!

Nicole's Place Mat:

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Chmmyr naq uvqr: Gurve bgure uvg!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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