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Wadders: As this one has gone for a second time, i am going to open up the area, perhaps for a couple of new ones.



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Hidden : 01/30/2005
2 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A short walk around Ludwell valley park with some very worth while views of the Estuary and of the east of the city. The coordinates given are for parking It can get busy around here with walkers so please be discreet at the final location. Not sure i am 100% happy with the final location, dependant on the feedback i may end up moving it or changing it to a micro. So i welcome your feedback.

At N50 42.559 W003 29.230 The Prince of Wales opened this building on EG of November 1991

At N50 42.559 W003 29.484 How many bolts are visible on the bench 1B

At N50 42.502 W003 29.670 There is a girls name carved on the seat part of the bench beginning with V. Total letters minus 1 (due to the bench missing, i shall have to give you this one, it is Valerie) equals I

At N50 42.534 W003 29.518 There is a telephone number on the gate, the 4th number is A

At N50 42.500 W003 29.596 Here you will find a sign for the reporting of Cirl Buntings, the 7th number is C and the 3rd number from the end is D

Now go to N50 42.548 W00329.473, sit down and admire the view.

At 120 degrees south east from this bench is a large red roofed building. On which sits how many groups of small chimneys J, divide the total chimneys of these groups by 5. This will give you F

Now find the Trig point close by, the number reads 371H


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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

yriry jvgu frpbaq fgrc qbja 4 fgrcf gb gur yrsg, vg'f xvaqn ohevrq!!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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