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Hey Dude Where’s My Car (Keys)

A cache by Tim & June (Winchester) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/26/2002
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Tim & June are founder members of the
The Geocaching Association of Great Britain

The cache can be found at Figsbury Rings, one of around 4,000 Iron Age hillforts in Britain.

Figsbury rings is an Iron Age hillfort just over 3 miles from the City of Salisbury.

A turning signposted from the A30 main road takes you up a stone track (looks like it's private but access is OK) to the car park.

The hillfort affords good views of Salisbury and the surrounding area.

View of Salisbury Cathedral (zoomed in)

The cache was called Hey dude where's my car (keys) because we know how often those things have a habit of moving themselves to a different location than where they were put.

This cache is full of various keyrings so hopefully the addition of one of these to your bunch of keys will make them less elusive next time you want to go out Geocahing.


View of Salisbury
Of course if you do not have any keyrings for a swap feel free to leave something else in exchange, but we would like to keep it on that theme if we can.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Haqre ebbg raq bs gjvfgrq snyyra gerr

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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