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Team Rampant Lion: After a confirmed loss and a few visits, appears to have been muggled. Bummer!


Pain In The Cache #9

A cache by Team Rampant Lion Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 02/22/2005
2.5 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

For all you Pain In The Cache fans (Allez Comp, TrailHound, Yeolwoodsman to name a few), here is the first of three new caches in the series. Thanks for your emails of support for the series -- ENJOY!

For those of you who have done others of the Pain In The Cache series, you know the drill. I have found another great monument that I want to draw you to where you will need to find a clue. That clue will help you calculate the final location.

This is a MICRO. It only contains a log and a pencil.

I really like the monument that this cache starts with because it is unusual, features an element that was so important to the town and was made of a local material. As I hate so see this type of dedication go unnoticed, this is a great stage 1.

You need to find the dates when this particular element was used. It is stated in a range of years so look for a set of two four digit years (_ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _). These become the ABCD EFGH numbers you need to solve the clue.

The coordinates for the final location now become:

N41 06.(C+A)(C-H)(B-D)
W074 35.(A+E)(B-H)(H-G)

[Note: do not multiply any numbers together, the numbers within the ( ) represent the final number to be used in the coordinate.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gur pnpur vf qbja ybj ohg qba'g qvc lbhe urnq qbja gbb sne be lbhe unve jvyy trg jrg. Vg'f cynprq ba gung _ _ _ _ _ _ bire gebhoyrq jngref.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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