DEVIL ducks IN DE SKIES have landed!
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OH NO! another MATH MICRO MULTI !!, this time in MULLETT Creek Park.
At the posted co-ordinates you will find a micro with the instructions to the next stage. These instructions will consist of the approximate number of paces at an approximate heading.
At this next stage, count the number of horizontal wooden slats. Multiply this number times the approximate number of paces (the sum of the digits is 23), divide by 1,000 and then add this number to the following meaningless co-ordinates for the next stage:
43.19.143 N…79.27.820 W
(Keep your eyes open for the rabbit that seems to live nearby.)
This stage includes a micro with the co-ordinates of the next, and final, stage.
The final consists of a small camouflaged container with a logbook and actual tradeables…WOW!, it’s not another micro. The original contents included a small flock of Devil Ducks which were captured at the nearby stream. One of these ducks is the Devil Duck In De Skies Travel Bug which is awaiting an opportunity to visit some of the hottest places in North America. When originally placed, Devil Duck In De Skies TB had endured the hottest July on record in Mississauga, Ontario. It’s motto is “Bring on the HEAT, I can take it”.
No muggles about when we were placing the cache, but imagine that it could be quite busy at times. Exercise the usual caution.
1) Unir n frng.
2) Gnxr Zr Gb Gur Bgure Fvqr.
3) Vafvqr bar bs gur Gjvfgrq Fvfgref.
4) Whfg unatvat nebhaq, nobhg jnvfg uvtu.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum