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Pickletown #1

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Hidden : 12/22/2002
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1 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

The coordinates above are for the entrance to a quaint community park. You should not have any problems finding a parking space within 200 feet of the entrance unless you attempt this cache on the night of the annual Pickle Drop. Be sure to grab a waypoint of your vehicles location or have backtracking active on your GPS. I only suggest this because you will now need to wonder throughout this sprawling, expansive park (Wouldn't want anybody to get LOST) in order to answer the following questions:

1. What year was the Park dedicated?

2. Who was born here and when did he die?

3. What invisible item was donated to the park by three (3) Esq.'s?

4. When is the Park CLOSED?

5. How many PARK BENCHES (Only ones with backrest and partially constructed with concrete) do you find at this Park?

Email your answers for the above questions. DO NOT post them to the cache page encrypted or otherwise.

NOTICE: All Logs MUST be accompanied with an email containing the CORRECT Answers to ALL Questions to the Cache Owner within 24 hours of the Log being POSTED or it will be REMOVED!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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