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#001 - One in a Minion

A cache by ryo62 and heidirose4789 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/15/2020
2.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

#001 - One in a Minion

One in a Minion is a geo art series of 107 caches. Complete the puzzles to be rewarded with the coordinates for each cache which once all solved forms a circular walk. The whole walk if completed in one go is around 17.5 miles however this can be broken into three circular loops which will become apparent once all the puzzles have been solved. If completing the series in one walk you will have the opportunity to pass your car again if parked at the recommended parking coordinates after number #069 to have a break or replenish your rucksack if needed. There are no cattle fields on the route and the walk itself is over a mix of countryside and paths. There is some road walking at times. There is the opportunity at the time of setting for a number of extra caches to be picked up on route. When setting the series all the footpaths were very good underfoot however parts can get muddy after wet weather particularly as there are a few field crossings on the route. The best parking location can be found at the parking coordinates given on number #001. There are a variety of containers on the route, please ensure these are returned to their hiding spot in the state you found them for the enjoyment of those who follow you.

This is a mystery cache and IS NOT at the published coordinates.

The cache is a 30ml tube.


To find the cache:

Jigsaw puzzle - #001 - One in a Minion

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

va chmmyr

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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