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He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown! - OU044C

 Can we all play fair?

Hidden by  DudleyGrunt

N 39° 08.085' W 76° 43.665' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > Maryland
 Cache Type: Unknown type
 Size: Micro
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 12 April 2012
 Date Created: 13 April 2012
 Last Modified: 02 October 2015
 Waypoint: OU044C


{{found}} 3 x Found
{{not_found}} 0 x Did Not Find
{{comment}} 0 Comments
0 Notes
1 Watchers
3489 Visitors
3 x Rated
Rated as: Good
GeoKrety History

Available Maps: Opencaching,Google Maps

Cache Attributes

Kid Friendly Ticks Snakes Thorns Bring Your Own Pen Available in Winter Offset Cache Poison Plants In the Woods Limited Hours Listed on OCNA Only 

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Description   EN   

Originally placed by cycleangela.

The name Charlie Brown always brings up those fun childhood memories. Always being a cute loser, he constantly dwelled on his insecurities, bad luck, and was always taken advantage of by his friends.

The cache itself is not at the posted coordinates, but that is a good place to park. To get the cache coordinates, you will need to cipher the following.

Without giving too much away, this cache is in a public area within the neighborhood. Even though it's public, and not a county/city park, please respect the neighbors and seek this cache during daylight hours only.

As always, my e-mail is open to questions about the puzzle. If there are problems with the cache container, please let me know. It's only about a five minute walk for me at most.

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Additional Hints   Decrypt

gb xrrc vg snve, jung vf puneyvr oebja'f qbt'f anzr?



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Log Entries    {{found}} 3x {{not_found}} 0x {{comment}} 0x      New Log Entry

1 25 April 2012 DudleyGrunt Found it

3223 / 84.  I'm not a big puzzle guy, but I solved the puzzle (on a break) at work, today.  I don't like to head out for FTF attempts on OCNA puzzles or multi's, either, since I wouldn't want anyone to think I used my admin abilty to cheat and peek at the coords.

Took a bit of looking and just a little help from the CO via e-mail.  Just as my phone was ringing with a call from her, I finally spotted the cache.  Of course, then I wondered I'd missed it.

Angela and Princess did walk over, though, afterward.  I walked over to the water, after replacing the cache, but didn't find any turtles.  When they arrived, Princess wouldn't let me stop petting her.  You'd think no one loved her, at home.

I had a minor issue, in that I couldn't bring the cache up in the  "OpenCaching For Android" app, without making my way to CycleAngela's profile and pulling up her placed caches.  I will have to check on that.

Thanks and Happy Trails!



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1 13 April 2012 Astronut42 Found it

Thought I might be FTF but Chaz beat me by a few hours. Solved the puzzle on my iPhone while parked at the parking spot. First started on the wrong side and had to backtrack. My eTrex and iPhone both zeroed out at about 15 feet from the nearest possible hide.  And that's where it was. Thanks Angela!  I also looked for the turtles but they were further from shore. I recall being here before for another cache. I guess that's a plus for OCUS caches. No 0.1 mile limit.  I think I must work on an OCUS hide next

1 13 April 2012 sfcchaz Found it

Cool OCUS find #100! Cool  Smile FTF Smile 1:54 PM. (FTF #45 Wink) I saw this one posted this morning and thought it would be a fun one to get for #100. It also helped a lot that it was very close to work for me.

First of all, I have to thank DudleyGrunt and cycleangela as they are prolific hiders (in most of the games) in my area. I reep the benefits of  that.

After finding the cache I ventured to the pond and scared a bunch of terrapins into the water. As I approached the edge I noticed a very large snapping turtle at the shoreline, half submerged. He/she wasn't too worried about me and continued to nip at the vegetation. I'd say the shell from front to back was about 20 inches in length. It had a mouth large enough to fit a golf ball inside. Would not want to get bitten by that thing, you might loose a hand (not to say a couple of fingers). TFTC