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Old Canal View

A cache by anlufu Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/21/2006
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Beautiful view from an Old George Dam

You might be Geo-fanatical,
but for this cache, you have to think botanical.
To get to the cache you must use your feet,
Start at the oppersite of "last" street.
You now need to take 1000 paces to the hide -
'course this will vary with the length of your stride.
As you head up the hill, those in the know,
will tell you you're heading towards where the George Lillies grow.
Enjoy the smells of the fynbos, if you begin to pant don't dispair,
Just remind your lungs, they're getting fresh air.
When you get to point "O" and think you are beat,
shuffle through the fynbos, it's there at your feet.
Before replacing the cache, admire the decoration,
please place back in plastic bag, to avoid deterioration.
Now look at the view from the sea to George Mountain Peak.
If there's a cache up there could you rise to the seek?

Original contents of cache:
Log kit - book, pen, pencil, sharpener and Geocache document
"Rattle snake eggs"
Combination padlock
Tape measure/keyring

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pnpur vf uvqqra ol ebpxf haqre n fznyy gerr. Nobhg 2 zrgref bss gur ebnq ba gur bccrefvgr fvqr gb gur qnz. Ba gur evtug sbex.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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