#7 Isaac's Rest Multi-cache
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I have used a bit of the Hounddog family history as a background
for this 2 step Cache. The container is a small to medium sized
Tupperware box, . To find it you must first visit another place.
Clues are included in the story below.
On the evening of October 19th 1860, a young man
by the name of Isaac was walking home from a party in Liverpool St
Darlinghurst. Alas, poor Isaac never made it home that night. In
the dim light of the 19th century streets, he walked too close to
the edge of a rather deep quarry and fell to his death. Some people
said he was pushed, but the press the next day simply supposed he
was drunk. Why? Because he didn't have his hat at the time, and no
sober gent would ever have been without his hat. To make matters
worse, they mistakenly reported that it was actually Isaac's father
who had fallen to his death and not Isaac, so he didn't even manage
to get his name in the paper.
He was buried 2 days later in the Devonshire
Street Cemetery but even this peace was short lived, for soon after
the whole cemetery was exhumed to make way for Central Railway
station. So Isaac's, and all the other graves, were moved to
various locations around Sydney.
To find this Cache you will first need to find Isaac's final
resting Place. There you will be given new co-ordinates which are
the location of the Cache. Don't worry it's relatively close
Yrnir ab fgbar haghearq.