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This cache has been archived.

New York Admin: [quote]Needs Archived May 20 by Berkut (1459 found)

Security guard told me the bomb squad had been called in in this cache sometime in the last 6 or 7 days, the entire street had been blocked off, and the micro was disposed of. **CO should archive this one.**[/quote]

Ouch! No doubt about it this one needs to be archived.


LF's Snack

A cache by Mile Runner Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/28/2006
2 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This Cache is located in a small park on 53rd Street in Manhattan, NYC. Be mindful that you are looking for the "park" infront of the office building not the gated on with a waterfall.

This micro, makes a micro cache look large!(ahh, who dosent love urban caching! :) ) it is a groudspeak canister that only contains a log book. The log book is 3 thin pieces of notebook paper rolled like a scroll, please notify me when the logbook is full as i will need to replace it frequently. This cache is located in a small park containing a piece of the Berlin Wall. Please enjoy this historic mounument, and be sure to read the Plakette(plaque in German). This not the only piece of the Berlin wall in the US. There are pieces of it in Boston and other cities. The Largest hunk of it is at the West Point Military Academy. The Metal Tubing on top was on the orginal wall to stop grapling hooks from being attached to the wall. DO NOT ATTRACT ATTENTION!!! Enjoy this Micro Cache in the heart of Manhattan.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

orhtgra uvahagre whatr Urhfpuerpxr mhe Cynxrggr, orjrtra erpugf.
obj qbja lbhat Urhfpuerpxr gb gur cyndhr, zbir gb gur evtug.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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