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vix92008: It looks like the second micro is missing, as this is really a summer cache and a long walk so only ever done by locals (who have all done it now if they wanted to) I am archiving.

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Follow The Brook Fields Brook

A cache by vix92008 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/13/2006
Difficulty:
3 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This is a multi cache at Church End that took its name from the fields you have to walk through to get to the cache, which are known as Brook Fields. The walk is a bit more than a mile and can be very muddy in parts, wellies recommended at this time of year. I estimate 1.5-2 hours for the cache including finding the information, finding the three micros and the final cache.

The above co-ordinates are for the car park at St. Lawrence’s Church, which publicises that it will be open 10am-5pm, however I have not found the gates locked yet when I have visited. You will need to find the following information from the church yard, which will allow you to complete the co-ordinates for three micro caches (all labelled black film canisters), each of which contains part of the co-ordinates for the final cache. When you have the co-ordinates of the micros leave the church yard via the public footpath.

Reverend Peter Allan 02476 399AB0

Francis Booton Died February 25 1875 Aged CD

William Roberts Died February E2 186F

Reverend Mr Thomas Ebdell Died September G3 17H9

Mrs M Antill 01827 87I520

Substitute your numbers into the following;

Micro 1 N52 31.CGB W001 35.AEC

Micro 2 N52 31. W001 35.AHD

Micro 3 N52 31.CGI W001 35.AFE

The public footpath is accessible form the bottom of the church yard. There is some lovely scenery along the way and look out for the Canadian Geese. The final cache is a plastic 3 litre container, which is well stocked with small swaps, couple of nice goodies (about 25 items in total) and a FTF certificate. I have placed this cache with 2 fellow geocachers all of whom took readings. The reading for the final cache is good from the footpath but as soon as you leave the path your GPS will jump about so use the reading from the path for the final. In the summer I think stinging nettles will grow up near the final so beware. Good Luck!

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Zvpeb Bar Va sbex bs gerr jurer guerr znva fgrzf wbva pbirerq va yrns yvggre
Zvpeb Gjb Va sbex bs vil pbirerq gerr
Zvpeb Guerr Ng onfr bs vil pbirerq gerr jurer sbbgcngu wbvaf gjb svryqf
Svany Ng onfr bs n gerr jvgu 6 fgrzf pbirerq va gjvtf

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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