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Show Me That Face! (Halifax Artistic Trilogy)

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Hidden : 2/3/2006
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Geocache Description:

The Halifax Literary Trilogy proved to be a popular idea, but it unfortunately leaves out those people who are more visually that verbally oriented. This trilogy will try to remedy that.

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Have you ever wondered what your fellow cachers look like? You see their names in logbooks, you see their avatars on the geocaching message boards, but unless you bump into them in the field or make it to a gathering you just have your imagination as to what they look like. Well, this cache should help fix that. This cache is a trading cache, but what you'll be trading is your artistic skill. To claim a cache find you must leave in your log entry a drawing of yourself. It can be a detailed depiction, a caricature, or a convincing stick figure. This is the only thing to trade in this cache. Thanks, & have fun!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

thneq envy ng ragenapr raq

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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