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Found it DK_Titan found Aliens i Klosterheden

Monday, September 13, 2010Denmark

Da denne cache dukkede op, var vores første tanke, at her var tale om en oplagt milepæls-cache. Dels elsker vi mystery-cacher, dels er cachen placeret i et af vores yndlings-områder, ikke langt fra hvor vi fandt vores allerførste cache (og hvor vi fejrede vores 5000 caches jubilæum). Efter at have studeret cache-beskrivelsen var vi dog ikke så sikre på, at planen om at gøre denne cache til vores fund nr. 10.000 var realistisk. Det stod nemlig hurtigt klart, at cachen fortjener alle 5 difficulty stjerner! Vi besluttede os dog for at give os i kast med løsningen, og efter flere forkerte angrebsvinkler fik vi endelig en ide, som virkede lovende. Vi drev dog ideen lidt for vidt og måtte træde et par skridt tilbage, før vi kom det sidste stykke i mål med opgaveløsningen.

I løbet af weekenden bragte vi os så op på 9999 fund, og i stedet for at vente en hel uge på at tage på Aliens-jagt, besluttede vi os for at tage den lange tur fra Århus efter arbejde mandag. På turen havde vi selskab af Torben fra piaogtorben, som også havde arbejdet intenst med opgaveløsningen. Det var dejligt at kunne dele oplevelsen med en anden mystery-nørd!

Cachen blev lokaliseret kl. 19:53 af Titan. Vi loggede to coins og en TB ind og ud, nemlig vores DK_Titan's 5 Star Climbing Geocoin , DK_Titan 2010 Geocoin - Artist Edition #1 og DK_Titan's first Dog Tag. Desuden efterlod vi naturligvis vores signatur i cachen. Vi tog mønten KiDi's Tribute to Picknicker med os og fandt desuden et flot Second Finder Certificate i cachen.

På cache-site hev Torben en flaske champagne og tre glas frem, så fundet blev fejret med maner. Derefter satte vi kursen mod Ulfborg Kirkeby, hvor dagens fangst blev fejret endnu engang med kage og kaffe.

Vi er meget beærede over at vores NPS serie har inspireret Karlchen Müller til at lave denne meget mindeværdige opgave og cache! Tusind tak for det!

When this cache was published we immediately thought that it would be obvious for a milestone. Both because we love mystery caches, and because it is placed in one of our favourite areas - not far from our very first find (as well as our 5000 caches milestone). However, after a closer look at the cache description we felt no longer sure that it would be realistic to make this our find no. 10.000. It was quite obvious that the cache deserves all 5 difficulty stars! We did however decide to give it a try, and after following a number of wrong lines of thought we finally had a promissing idea. We drowe this idea a bit too far and had to step back a few steps, but in the end we managed to solve the puzzle.
During the weekend we reached 9999 finds and instead of waiting for a whole week before hunting Aliens, we decided to take the long trip from Århus after work Monday. On this trip we were accompanied by Torben from piaogtorben, who had also worked hard on solving the puzzle. It was great to be able to share this experience with another mystery nerd!

The cache was located at 19:53 by Titan. We checked two coins and one TB in and out: DK_Titan's 5 Star Climbing Geocoin, DK_Titan 2010 Geocoin - Artist Edition #1 and DK_Titan's first Dog Tag. Furthermore we of course left our signature in the container. We took the coin KiDi's Tribute to Picknicker with us together with a nice Second Finder Certificate.

At the cache site, we found out that Torben had brought a bottle of champagne, and we had a nice celebration in the forest. After that we headed for Ulfborg Kirkeby, where we continued the celebration with coffee and cakes.

We are very honoured that our NPS series has inspired Karlchen Müller to make this highly memorable puzzle and cache! Thanks a lot!

DK_Titan
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This entry was edited by DK_Titan on Monday, 13 September 2010 at 13:51:04.

5 Star coin, DK_Titan coins and SFC :-)

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infoA Mystery Cache is the “catch-all” of cache types, this form of cache can involve complicated puzzles you will first need to solve to determine the coordinates. The only commonality of this cache type is that the coordinates listed are not of the actual cache location but a general reference point, such as a nearby parking location. Due to the increasing creativity of geocaching this becomes the staging ground for new and unique challenges.
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