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Rigger Mortis 7 *BONUS*

A cache by mjcross Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/23/2017
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

There is nothing at the listed coordinates so please don't go there: solve the puzzle to get the location of the cache.

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The Series

I love technical rope climbing and getting creative with different rigging options, so I thought it might make an interesting theme for a little puzzle series.

The puzzles require a certain understanding of adding forces in different directions and the physics of moving bodies. If that's unfamiliar territory I'd encourage you to search online for 'vector forces introduction' or grab a passing GCSE physics student :)

One or two of the hides and placements are a little challenging and may require a bit of a scramble, so do take care and don't attempt anything you don't feel capable of.

The Bonus

Using the answers from the previous caches, the bonus can be found at N51º 43.(A + C + E + G + J - L - 173) W00º 23.(B + D + F + H + K - M - 301)


The Cache

At GZ you know what you're looking for by now.

Evaluate the conditions and your own ability, and don't attempt it unless you are confident you can do so safely :)

Parking and other waypoints are given on the checker.

You can validate your puzzle solution with certitude.
Congratulations to The Bongtwashes for yet another FTF

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