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TKS Caching Through History #1

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Hidden : 08/17/2005
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

First in a series of caches visiting some local historic sites.

This set of caches is our homage to Team Rampant Lion, who introduced us to so much Western NJ history.

The first part of this cache will take you to Liberty Point Park, possily the world's smallest memorial park. But the size of the park does not minimize the importance of the tribute. Here you will find a piece of World Trade Center Tower 1. Stop and remember (as if we'll ever forget), and count the number of bolts attached to the beam.

Take X (the number of bolts) and multiply it by itself (X * X). Add this number to both of the following coordinates:

N 40 56.304
W 073 58.544

This will give you the coordinates to the final cache location. The final cache is small, so please bring small things to trade.

This is not a difficult find, but the presence of muggles at different times of the day may hamper your efforts.

It would be advisable to avoid Part I of this cache during school dropoff and pickup times.

Part I is available 24 hours a day (except as mentioned above).
Part II is available between sunrise and 10PM. It is not a dog-friendly place, :( but there are grills and picnic tables not far from the final cache.

BYOWU please!
FTF Prize - Choice of GC Patch, or Unregistered TB

STF Prize - Whatever the FTF doesn't take.

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gbb rnfl sbe n uvag. Vs lbh ernyyl trg fghpx, rznvy hf.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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