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A nice easy cache which is very pushchair friendly.
This cache requires the use of some sort of wireless network device to read the SSID (service set identifier) of a wireless network, which will then take you to the second part of this multi-cache. I had this idea about six months ago, but now read on one of the forums that someone else has also been thinking of doing this as well. I cannot find any other cache of this kind so I believe this one is unique, but if it isn’t I am sure someone will tell me.Upon reading the SSID of this network, you will have ten numbers, and to find the co-ordinates of part two you simply insert them into the grid reference below in the order they read. The grid references are (with the missing letters):N50º --.---, W001º --.---.The start point for this cache is the road outside my house, and from there you should be able to capture the SSID with any wireless network device. The cache itself is a reasonable distance away so you will need a vehicle but it should not be too difficult to find, except that it is under a few trees so GPS reception can be a little sporadic.
I have edited the additional hints to make it more difficult for people to find this without Wi-Fi access
AB punapr, trg n JV-SV pneq.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum