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Tweety’s Home for Wayward Travel Bugs

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Hidden : 11/10/2004
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A regular size cache. An easy find hidden just off the CE trail. Parking at N 44 15.740 W 088 22.090. Due to "muggle Terrorist activity" security at the Home for Wayward Travel bugs has been stepped up. (I believe three brave travel bugs may have died in the attack) From now on you will need a code to acccess the Cache. The secret code is "700"!I sincerely hope this deters further terrorist plots.

The cache is VERY close to private property…in fact, it is actually “on” private property but permission was granted to have it there. Just stay on your side of the “line”. You gotta admit it! Traveling can take it’s toll. Well if your TB is getting “out of sorts” just drop it off at "Tweety’s Home for Wayward Travel Bugs" and give it some well deserved R&R. The view from the home is a grassy knoll with the occasional passing of walkers, joggers, bikers, and skaters. Enjoy your stay!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

-Hfr npprff pbqr naq gura --Chyy zl Svatre!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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