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Recycled materials #1 - DannoJL's first hide

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Hidden : 05/03/2019
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Welcome to Recycled Materials #1

An easy one for my first cache and first in this recycled materials series! You are searching for a small camouflaged box on a small sidepath to the Wey Navigation, with parking immediately adjacent (See waypoint). Fairly well hidden from muggles but please use stealth and replace as found. A main road is adjacent so please cache with care, especially for Geopups/Geokids. There are quite a few stinging nettles around at this time of year also, so please be careful (Cache at your own risk). Terrain from the side-road is flat and manageable, and the only access route for wheelchair users. Steeper on the canal-side access point.

Aside from a bit of tape and camouflage wrap, it is 100% made from discarded litter collected whilst finding my first 114 caches throughout Surrey. It is therefore not a standard clip-lock box; it seals with a bulldog clip.

You need only press the clip gently to open the lid. To close it, you need only guide the lid into the clip and then gently press it down until it clicks in. PLEASE BE GENTLE - this one is more likely to break if treated roughly.

Large enough for small TBs/geocoins - a TB included to start this one off and a medal for FTF. Logbook has a pencil provided but please bring a pen just in-case. Happy caching!

*Congratulations to Jenfa_x and Nashee81 for FTF*

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

1-2 sbbg nobir tebhaq yriry, va gur pyrsg bs n gerr oruvaq angheny vil pbire (Cyrnfr unaqyr tragyl)

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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