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Hidden : 1/16/2003
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Find it and you may know why it is called "Indecision"

This is my first placed Cache. While looking for a place to stash it, I inadvertantly found a Marker. The marker has nothing to do with the Cache or vice-versa, otherwise.

Thanks to JustJeepin for the low-down on the marker. The marker is an Eastern Orthodox Cross, used primarily in the Russian Tradition.

The Cache is a 2.3qt tupperware container with a clear and blue lid and a GeoCache logo sticker on the top.

The original contents of the Cache are as follows:

- Log book and 2 pens
- Toy cell phone
- American Flag bandana
- mini square clock
- 2 orange lighters
- 24 pack of Crayons
- a mini padlock with keys
- Plastic Gecko
- $100 bill address book
- 2 key knife keychains
- Crescent wrench
- 4 fresh AA batteries

There isn't a lot of traffic, but what traffic there is may be going fast (they're not supposed to be going fast). Be careful or there might be two markers.

Indecision is like "sitting on a fence" or "being in the ..."

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ybpngrq ng gur onfr bs gur gerr nobhg 10' oruvaq gur znexre.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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