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Barsky: Nobody´s home

A cache by Rootkit Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/29/2003
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4 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

When the city of Stockholm woke up one morning, the Barsky family had moved in... But where are they now?

The house just stood there one morning. Much too small for any human, but big enough to let a dog live like a king in it. Laundry is hanging out to dry in front of the house, the tulips are planted and the fence is painted in a nice red color.

Be VERY CAREFUL when searching for the cache. The rocks can be very slippery and you DON´T want to fall down from this hill. The way up to the cache is NOT suitable for children.

The cache is NOT hidden near any of the ledges since I don´t want anybody to risk anything while geocaching. Don´t go near the ledges, it´s pointless and can be very dangerous!

Why was the house built?

Two newspapers that have written about the house: (in Swedish only)

The images are taken with the camera of my Nokia mobile phone, so please excuse the far from perfect image quality... ;-)

The box is small so don´t bring anything big to trade with. It contains the following items:

- Ice cube with orange light inside (ooh, shiny!)
- Alien keyring
- Memory chip key ring - I made it myself with a 6mm drill... :-)
- A British coin
- Logbook and pen

Do NOT go near any of the ledges!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gjb fgbarf haqre n gerr n srj zrgref sebz gur ubhfr - ABG arne nal bs gur yrqtrf! Qb ABG tb arne gur yrqtrf!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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