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NEW Junipers and Boxhill 20

A cache by dusty prince Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/19/2018
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A circular walk on some of the lovely paths over the Junipers and Boxhill. 4½ miles, with shortcuts to 3½ or 2¼ miles. Family friendly, with tea and picnic stops, some gentle multis, easy puzzles and letterboxes with stamps. Some steady climbs. Can be muddy and slippery underfoot. All caches near to paths with easy access, no bushwhacking or fence climbing required. A pencil and pad needed to collect the stamps and clues for multis. GEOCACHING ON NATIONAL TRUST PROPERTY IS AT YOUR OWN RISK

The last cache of the series. It is not at the co-ordinates given. They are for an arbitrary point on the path through Juniper Bottom

The cache is at:

N51° (Stone) (Phoenix).(Prince) (Chamber-Chamber) (Phoenix)

W000°(Stone) (2 x Goblet).(Prince)(Hallows)(Hallows)

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After signing, would you kindly wind the log back tightly onto its spindle, set its retaining spring. and reset the cache holder snugly into its place.

The Whitehill car park, where this circular walk began, is 350 yards straight along the path you have been following, at N51' 15.789 W000' 18.871

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Fubeg oebxra oenapu

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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