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WarwickWallon: The cache has gone missing and based on the logs, it has been gone for a while. Thanks to morpheusmcgee I was able to figure out what happened. Cachers have been finding a letterbox that was hidden about 15 feet from the cache and signing the log book in it since June, thinking it was the cache. I looked it up on that web site (,_Chawk-lit_&_Vanilla) and it was left about a year after I placed the cache. Long story short, it is time to archive this cache and leave the location to the letterbox. I will see if there is a spot that is muggle free but not to close to the Appalachian Trail to put a new cache in since I like having ice cream filled maintenance runs.


Mt Peter Hawk Watch

A cache by WarwickWallon Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/21/2006
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2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Top of Mt Peter in Warwick, near the hawk watch stand.

This is one of our favorite spots in town (even before the ice cream stand was there). Park across the street from the Bellvale Creamery. You can be in and out in minutes but stop and look around. The view of the valley is great and on days with the right winds, you can see many large birds of prey flying over the valley. You are looking for a metal Sucrets box wrapped in cammo tape hidden within sight of the observation stand. There is a small log & pencil as well as some small items for trading. For extra credit, post a photo of any bird that you see at the site.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Va gur obggbz bs n prqne gerr, oruvaq n cvrpr bs onex

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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