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=^..^=: This cache has been around for 15 years, the location has been around for a lot longer and that really is what I wanted people to find.

When I started placing geocaches there were only a couple of the Island - and generally they were in walls or similar in Douglas.

I spread caches out across the island - for instance the injerbreck triangle caches present incredible vistas of the island - and generally I doubt anyone would go there unless I'd put a cache there.

But I can't commit to a maintenance schedule that wasn't there 15 years ago when I placed the cache.

So I'm shutting all the caches down.

I'm going to archive them and let Geocaching shut them down permanently.

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Injerbreck Triangle Part Three

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Hidden : 11/26/2004
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
4.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

Cache is located at 1,300 feet. The nearest car parking space is over 1.5 miles away (as the crow flies). Not an easy cache as the track to it is not well defined. The location of the cache is on the O/S maps.

This cache is the last in a run of three caches. But get them in any order you want as I'm not making you jump through hoops !

The path this is on is best described as a sheep track. Although the location can be found on the O/S maps the tracks can not be.

Be careful as you approach the cache - there is a quarry at the cache location.

The cache is located above the building but could be in a few locations. Enjoy searching !

I'd suggest climbing up Cronk Brek, picking up Red Mountain as you pass, getting Injerbreck Triangle Part One, getting Injerbreck Triangle Part Two, pick up this cache and then moving onto Cold'en Dark.

The Cache is in a cycling drinks bottle - totally waterproof but with little space for 'finds'. Anything you intend to leave must fit in the neck of the bottle.

I was quite surprised to now noticeable it is that people have been removing stones and looking for the cache.

Please note you do not need to remove 3 tons of stones to find the cache - If you picked up two stones and you can't see it then you are looking in the wrong place.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pnpur vf ba gur abegu snpvat pbeare bs gur bhgpebc. Nobhg n sbbg njnl sebz n OVT puhax bs dhnegm. Gbc evtug bs gur cvyr bs fgbarf nf lbh snpr gurz.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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