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res2100: Looks like all of the bunnies have been picked up. I decided to remove this cache today while I was hiking through Limehouse. Thank you to all for visiting.

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Bouncy Bunny's Easter Eggstravaganza

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Hidden : 03/31/2006
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:


Bouncy Bunny and all her many friends gathered for a big Easter celebration. Easter of course is her favourite holiday and she looks forward to it every year. Lots of preparation goes into this festive time, from colouring Easter eggs, picking fresh flowers and decorating the baskets. Lots of treats are hidden in many places. The young ones just love to go and hunt for their Easter surprises. If you would like to visit Bouncy Bunny and all her wonderful friends, she has left some clues below on where they will be celebrating Easter.



To join in on the celebration, count the bunnies in the above picture, reverse the two digits, divide by 100 and add the result to both the North and West posted coordinates.

Example of math:
xy (# of bunnies in picture)
yx (reversed digits)
0.yx0 (divided by 100)
add 0.yx0 to both the North and West posted coordinates
...I don't think it can be any simpler.

Bouncy Bunny also says that the first 26 geocaching teams to visit her Easter celebration may trade for one of the little ceramic critters which have all been hand painted with care by her owners. If visiting with multiple kids, they may each trade for one of the critters.


In order to log this cache as a find, Bouncy Bunny requests that you state the name of the critter you took and write an interesting story about the critter. The names are on their bottoms/backs and also in the group photo above.


Hiding Instructions
When retrieving the cache/rehiding the cache, I would suggest that you leave the "roof" alone and just move the bark away that is in front. Replace the bark neatly when you are done.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Puzzle:] Lbh'er abg frevbhfyl ybbxvat sbe n uvag ba fhpu na rnfl Obhapl Ohaal chmmyr, ner lbh? Bx, vs lbh nqq gur gjb qvtvgf gbtrgure bs gur ahzore bs ohaavrf, lbh trg avar.
[Cache:] Va gur gnyy ubyybj gerr. Nobhg jnvfg uvtu, orfvqr gur ynetr fghzc. Whfg sbyybj gur erznvaf bs gur ybat ubyybj gerr gung yvrf ba rnpu fvqr bs gur genvy.

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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