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Washed up RockingStone
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An interesting rocking stone, in Spryfield, at a nice beach and park area.
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The "rocking stone" is a large (room sized) granite boulder, that is located on flat ground in such a way that it can be rocked up and down quite easily using a smaller stone and log lever. The story I heard was that early settlers found it by accident, when they tried to take shelter in the overhang of it during a storm. They were shocked to realize this giant boulder was moving... In winter there are nice cross country ski trails there, and in summer there is a nice beach area. The cache is a small white Aliant container (approximately 6" x 1") with a mini log and few small items inside. The cache is actually offset slightly from the posted co-ordinates (which are the co-ordinates of the rocking stone). ==> Walk slightly further down the trail and locate another "miniature" rocking stone with some graffitti on the it. (No we didn't put the graffitti there...) The graffitti is your clue - look for something related about 10 meters from the grafitti stone. The cache is inside it. (see photo of graffitti)
Vafvqr n zna-znqr bowrpg. Ernq gur qrfpevcgvba sbe qrgnvyf. Lbh arrq gb sbyybj gur pyhrf gung ner gurer.
- The clue photoRead the graffitti, and look for something that doesn't belong, that is releated to this graffitti.
- THE giant rocking stoneThis is the end of the giant boulder that the early settlers tried to seek shelter in.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:54 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum