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#1 Leap Day 2020 Geoart

A cache by DirtBikeGranny Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/07/2020
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

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2020 is a Leap Year. What does this mean? GEOART!!! The Leap Day 2020 Geoart is comprised of 58 geocaches brought to you by aghudley(the brains behind the art), Chane Gang, and DirtBikeGranny.

The Fred Meijer Flat River Valley Rail-Trails runs from Belding to Greenville and caches are placed within the right of way for the trail. A few caches are placed along the Fred Meijer Flat River Trail that circles Greenville. There is parking at Jackson Landing Park in Greenville along M57. Belding has few different locations for parking at Long Lake Rd, Hock Rd, and Belding Skate Park. Coordinates for parking area in the additional waypoints.

You can walk, run, bike, snowshoe, and cross country ski the rail-trail between Belding and Greenville. Currently the majority of rail-trail is not paved; it is crushed asphalt. Some caches may require wading, short tree climbs, log crossing, and climbing up steep hills. Most but NOT all the caches are winter friendly. All containers are painted soda bottle preforms tied to location with strong camoed fish line. Please return the cache to it original location.

To find the final location of the cache, please solve the puzzle below.

It takes the Earth approximately ABC.DEDF89 days to circle once around the Sun.

Find the cache at N 43° 07.ECB' W 85° FD.BCA'

Parking coordinates are listed in #1 and #2 Leap Frog and #1 and #2 Leap Day. Please use those locations for parking. Do not park along Fletcher Rd, nor Berridge Rd, you may be towed.

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Rnfg fvqr, ebggrq bhg gryrtencu cbyr

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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