A Day in the Life (New Hide)
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This cache is a tribute to the greatest rock-n-roll band in the history of the world!
Like going to a Beatles concert, you might have to deal with crowds to get to this cache. Please be discrete. Also, please bring your own pencil.
When you log your visit, let us know what your favorite Beatles song is.
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To fill in the blanks you will have to answer the following questions which relate to Beatles songs. You will need to determine the numerical equivalent of each one-word answer.
To determine the numerical equivalent of a word, add up the numerical equivalents of each of the letters within the word, with “a” equal to 1, “b” equal to 2, etc. Example: The word “Beatles” would be 2+5+1+20+12+5+19=64
1.) In a 1967 song, what kind of pies do rocking horse people eat? (Hint: There is no letter "e" in the answer)
2.) In a 1969 song, what is the garden near?
3.) In a 1967 song, what do all the people that come and go stop and say?
4.) In a 1965 song, working for what is all very fine?
5.) In a 1967 song, when will the tour take you?
6.) In a 1969 song, how many acorns were tied in a sack? (expressed as a word)
7.) In a 1967 song, what do you start to do when you go watching the skirts?
8.) In a 1966 song, a woman wears her face that she keeps in a what by the door?
9.) In a 1967 song, what is the first name of the man you should have seen them kicking?
10.) In a 1969 song, what kind of gumboot does he have?
Now add up the numerical equivalents of the answers from questions 1-5. Square that number. Multiply the result by 3 and then add 69,152. Fill in the answer in the blanks for the North coordinates.
Now add up the numerical equivalents of the answers from questions 6-10. Square that number. Multiply the result by 3 and then add 75,209. Fill in the answer in the blanks for the West coordinates
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum