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Ye Olde Fishing Holes Traditional Geocache

This cache has been archived.

jef: The previous log entry prompted me to check on this cache. It's not surprising that the two most recent finders had trouble retrieving the cache - someone stole the magnets.

My policy these days is to not replace caches that get vandalized, so this cache is now archived.

A cache by jef Message this owner
Hidden : 03/16/2003
2 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is a modified film canister, black with a black cap. There's a red vinyl "G" on the cap, you may be able to spot that if you look in the right place, but most likely you won't.

IMPORTANT: You must bring along a steel washer and a couple feet of string. The washer must be steel, not aluminum or brass, and should be about an inch in diameter. You will not be able to retrieve the cache without these items. Other tools which may or may not be useful: a stick, a magnet, some tape, a flashlight.

A photo of the cache in situ might give away the hiding place, so I've only provided a photo of one of the cache's guardians. Initial contents:

  • A few sheets of Rite in the Rain paper for logging your visit - bring your own writing implement.
  • An assortment of coins, tokens, and pins.

Be careful not to over-fill the cache. When you leave it, the top should be all the way on, and the cache should not be too heavy.

There may be a fee for parking near the cache. There's free parking 1/4 mile north, if you don't mind walking that far. And bike access is always free.

Special note for the park rangers: This cache is not in the park. Stop stealing it.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ryrira ubyrf: sbhe shyy, fvk rzcgl, naq bar jvgu gur pnpur va vg.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)