Wingless birds and Castles (aviation & wall of fam
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The first stop is a virtual location no needs to get out of the car as you can see all clues from the car park. This establishment sells good food families welcomed. The second virtual cache is a drive by and the third is a tour of a castle leading to the final cache which is a big Tupperware box. The original contents of the box is
A white Jeep TB
Stig of the dump TB
The royalist TB
INUVIK justice committee pin
The final cache is situated between two restricted areas you can dive down the lane but it is used by agricultural vehicles so it would be best to park at the end the road by the houses and crash gate and walk up the track. It’s one of Kev’s (nivekpenrith) favourite places to watch and photograph the wingless birds. Kevin is managering the site as we live in the high artic.
If you checked the back of the log book you will find the next set of clues for “aircraft wall of fame “ multicache.
Virtual cache 1
A = NUMBER OF LETTERS IN THE 2ND ANS 3RD WORD ON THE SIGN
B = NUMBER OF FLOOD LIGHTS IN THE CAR PARK
C = Bx2
D = NUMBER OF SMALL WINDOWS IN WEST WALL + NUMBER OF BRICK CHIMLEYS + NUMBER OF PAINTED PUB SIGNS IN CAR PARK
E = NUMBER OF BRICK CHIMLEYS
F = NUMBER OF SMALL WINDOWS (WEST Wall)
G = PUB SIGNS IN CAR PARK x 2
H = PUB SIGNS IN THE CAR PARK
I = NUMBER OF RECYCLE BINS - G-1
J = C+F
K = F-C
M = H+K+B
The formulae for virtual cache 3 is
N AB.CD.EFG. WOOG.I(C+F).KLM
As you drive to vitual cache 3 at N52.47.552 W002.39.350 You will pass a wingless bird there is a bus lay by which you should be able to stop if you need too. On the wingless bird is the name aries and white letters WE you are looking for what appears underneath the WE which is XT---. Now carry on to cache 3.
Z = XT---
Virtual cache 3
N = what year was the castle farm house built 189- (its behind you)
P = Bartholomew Torret built the fortress in ????
Q = Sir Andrew Corbett built the great hall in what century?
R = Number of windows panes that would have been in the outside West Wall viewed from N52.48.236 W002.39.155 (so are W & U)
W = how many animals on the wall (you will have to look closely at some)
U = the number of men faces on the wall
S = When did Robert Corbett die of the plague 15-3
T = How many steps down to the black hole, inside the west wall
The formulae for the final cache is
N TG.(Nx6)+T+U.[(Rx3)+L+U] - W W00B.S x T.P-Z-235
NO HINTS OR HELP WILL BE GIVEN UNTIL fIRST AND SECOND TO FIND THE WHOLE SERIES HAS HAPPENED
Ba gur yrsg oruvaq fbzr vil
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum