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cache type No Exit cache size

This cache has been retired.
Please do not look for this cache.

by Barrington
(Finds: 23  Score: 99.5)    (Hidden: 27  Score: 139)

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Coordinates (WGS-84 datum)
N 43° 03.571'   W 077° 48.003'
Scottsville,   New York   14546
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 16 Jul 2001
Waypoint (Landmark): N0001C
Open Cache:  Personal use only
Cache type:  Normal
Cache size:   Normal

Difficulty: gps half gps (easy)
Terrain: gps half gps (easy)

Misc: Drinking water available. No restrooms (water closets) available Pets are allowed. Parking is available No fees!

Comments:

Maps are queued for generation.
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This is a "Senior friendly" cache in a pretty, peaceful rural area that has recently been threatened with commercial development from a proposed new Thruway exit nearby. Local residents formed a citizen's action group to oppose the proposed exit, and were successful when the proposal was recently withdrawn. Several "No Exit" signs remain on front lawns in the area, hence the name of the geocache.

It is hidden in a little-used area of Black Creek Park, and consists of a dark gray 30 cal retired ammo box containing a few goodies including a Teeny Beany Baby, a Sacajawea dollar coin, a couple of blank CDRs, a "Where's George" bill, a measuring tape, a single-use camera for self-portraits, and of course a logbook. There's also a thermometer mounted inside the box lid so you can verify that "Gosh, it's hot/cold" and add a weather report in the log. The terrain is gentle, and the cache is not very far off a wide mowed pathway. I saw no poison ivy directly at the cache site, but there is some in the area, so watch for it (especially if you explore the trails to the north of the cache).

CAUTION!!: There are three large holes in the main path (probably old woodchuck holes) near where the path forks to the north. Please watch your step!!

COORDINATE CORRECTION: The listed coordinates were modified on 12/19/01 to correct a 50 foot error. See the find reports for details.

Clue decoding tables - Top letter or symbol decodes to bottom letter or symbol:

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
NOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLM

!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?
123456789:;<=>?@!"#$%&'()*+,-./

Clues:    decode

  • Parking 
    Lbh pna cnex ng gur genvyurnq va n zbjrq nern orfvqr gur ebnq ng A$# @#>%')< J@'' $'>'&#> 8ohg cebonoyl abg va gur jvagre9>

  • Giveaway No. 1 
    Guvf fubhyq or na 2ryrpgevslvat2 rkcrevrapr+ lbh znl rira srry 2rzcbjrerq21

  • Giveaway No. 2 
    Jura lbh ernpu gur pnpur nern< lbh jvyy or pbafvqrerq 2Bhgfgnaqvat va lbhe svryq21

  • Giveaway No. 3 
    Jura lbh svanyyl svaq gur pnpur< lbh znl srry whfg n ovg 2ebpxl2>

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CACHE LOGS - May contain hints(spoilers)!    decode

I found it! 25 May 2002 by  Barrington  (Finds: 23  Score: 99.5)    (Hidden: 27  Score: 139)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

The No Exit cache has been retired. After a year on site it was getting pretty shabby, and the tree it was hidden under was getting increasingly decayed and in danger of losing limbs.

The cache has been replaced with another one nearby, a two parter called "Deer's Bedroom", in a more pleasant and interesting place.

A reference point for the "Down in the Dumps" cache was also located at "No Exit", this has moved to the new cache site as well.

barrington.

I found it! 15 Apr 2002 by  fourpack  (Finds: 68  Score: 352.5)    (Hidden: 10  Score: 52)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

nice day to cache,took the family and knocked off a few.
took three george dollars and left three george dollars
thanks for the hunt . Now it's onto part two ...the fourpack

I found it! 14 Apr 2002 by  Broncoholics  (Finds: 93  Score: 444)    (Hidden: 15  Score: 58.5)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Fourth cache of the day,
and still going strong.
Went home and changed,
but something was wrong.
I found myself bored,
with nothing to do.
So I went on the site,
to find something new.
Chose a "No Exit"
that seemed quite alright.
I grabbed my son Casey,
and headed for the site.
We exchanged our three Georges,
and then signed the log.
We were all soaking wet,
including the dog.
"Down in the Dumps"
was called Part 2.
It was then that we knew,
exactly what to do.
So, head for Part 2
of the "Down in the Dumps" site.
To see what we still have
left to write.

I found it! 17 Mar 2002 by  Blackpete  (Finds: 406  Score: 1774)    (Hidden: 19  Score: 73)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

We parked at the main entrance and did this one after finding another cache in the area. Took a very wet, swampy route. Once we got close it was not hard to find. Took nothing, left nothing.

I found it! 09 Feb 2002 by  Hiltonfamily  (Finds: 52  Score: 245)    (Hidden: 6  Score: 23)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

This was a great day to go geocaching. We headed out after 1:00 with the intent of finding 3 caches but also taking our time and enjoying the surroundings. We found the parking spot no problem. The path was quite easy as the snow was packed down. Butterfly girl found the cache just as Evesure stepped on it. We hadn't cached as a family for a while so the kids were anxious to see what was inside. They took a deck of cards, a glow stick and a matchbox car. Just as we were getting ready to put our items in the container, a boyscout group arrived. They were new to the sport but had done 4 caches just that day. We left a mardigras hat, jax set and a compass braclet but the last was taken by one of the boys. The cache was in great shape; dry and nicely stocked.

Thanks for the hunt and we noted the coordinates for the 2nd stage.

DxChallenged

I found it! 15 Jan 2002 by  Kayaker  (Finds: 32  Score: 152)    (Hidden: 1  Score: 4)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Barrington,
This is our 4th cache today. My family had a great time. We signed the log, took and left nothing except a photo.

Thanx for a good time,
Mark, Samantha, and Kayaker

Note 19 Dec 2001 by  Barrington  (Finds: 23  Score: 99.5)    (Hidden: 27  Score: 139)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Some find reports indicated a significant difference between the cache location and the listed coordinates. On 12/19/01 I visited the cache with two new GPSR's that agreed there was a 50 foot error. New coordinates have been listed that (hopefully) are much closer. Apologies to those whose hunt was more difficult than it might have been!

Barrington

I found it! 23 Nov 2001 by  banjo  (Finds: 28  Score: 137)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Our first find today. 10:30 AM, mid 50's. Parked off the road and walked in along the power lines. Headed for the cache when the GPS indicator swung around. We figured it would be near the big tree. My 6 yr old was the first to spot it. Took the Intel figure key chain and left a deck of cards. Took a photo with the single use camera. I noticed that the cache box was not marked (with Navicache.com or Geocaching.com). Was this an oversight or intentional? The thermometer in the box was a nice touch. Thanks.

I found it! 30 Sept 2001 by  Hinge Thunder  (Finds: 106  Score: 521)    (Hidden: 16  Score: 98.5)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

I just did Morgan's Adventure, and then came here. I was not planning to do any caches but so a couple in the area so decided to hit them while I had daylight. I passed this on the road, and thought it might be under the tree in field. I found the trail, and walked back. My GPS was saying the cache was in the brush, but I didn't see it. The tree was about 60-75 feet from where my GPS said it was, but I decided to look over, and sure enough I found it by the tree. I had no trinkets with me, so I left nothing, and took nothing except a picture of me with the camera (I am the sweaty one as I jogged to the cache). I signed the log book.

I found it! 29 Jul 2001 by  HFjohn  (Finds: 6  Score: 30)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Should have checked the "hint" since I started walking in from the park parking lot. Stopped at "Morgans Adventure", one that I did during the month of May (I think) on the way to "No Exit". No problem finding it, but a longer walk than expected. Left a Pope Paul Bottle Opener and took a dollar. Good Hunting to all.
jpfjmj@earthlink.net John

I found it! 28 Jul 2001 by  Quinn  (Finds: 75  Score: 376)    (Hidden: 34  Score: 132.5)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Found this cache today with Caron. Nice job and great fun for both of us!
The temp in the cache was a nice 69* when we opened it after 10am. I traded a wheres george bill, signed the logbook and took a picture of us with your single use camera.
We then replaced the cache as we found it and went on our way. Mind you that this is a heavy deer area, and that many of the knocked down trails you may see are caused by white tails and not just humans. walking back to the car you could hear the buzzing!

I found it! 28 Jul 2001 by  Caron  (Finds: 73  Score: 350)    (Hidden: 2  Score: 6)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

SECOND FIND THIS MORNING WITH QUINN. GOOD CLUES
CARON

I found it! 22 Jul 2001 by  YardBoy  (Finds: 33  Score: 148)    (Hidden: 21  Score: 50)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Gimpy is right, there's a well worn path to the cache (you don't need a GPS for the last 100 yards). I find that high-stepping, carefully walking toe first helps. He's right again when he suggests not taking the direct route. If you've got an eyeball on a cache, why not take the circular route?

Nothing struck my fancy other than blackcaps on nearby bushes. Left 2 WheresGeorge bills for free tracking. Welcome Barrington, great start!

  cameraPhoto 1

I found it! 22 Jul 2001 by  Gimpy  (Finds: 41  Score: 195)    (Hidden: 26  Score: 154)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Found this cache about 10:00 this fine Sunday morning.Neat area & I actually used my NEW Vista the whole way to the cache.I stayed off some of the obvious paths to the cache from others that have been there as a beaten down trail is being developed right up to the cache.Took a little stuffed bear & 1 wheresgeorge bill. Left an M&M lunchbox cooler & 2 other wheresgeorge bills.Left my mark in the log book & snapped my picture. 78 degrees inside the cache container.Good time. Thanks. --Gimpy--

I found it! 20 Jul 2001 by  Delta Team  (Finds: 58  Score: 277.5)    (Hidden: 5  Score: 22)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Well the Empowered team returned from a nice hunt. The trail was nice with the twist.. Thanks for the walk. My sister and her daughter came with us for the excercise. Exchanges were made and Picture was taken. Happy Caching... Delta Team

I found it! 20 Jul 2001 by  Delta Team  (Finds: 58  Score: 277.5)    (Hidden: 5  Score: 22)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Well the Empowered team returned triumphant with our trinkets... Took my sister and her daughter to this hunt tonite. Amanda is do for heart surgery, and this one gave her no troubles =oD.. Nice trail with a twist...

Happy Caching everyone... Delta team

I found it! 18 Jul 2001 by  ROCKY  (Finds: 48  Score: 221)    (Hidden: 21  Score: 89)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Wide open spaces will make the Etrex people happy when they go to look for this cache. The tempture inside the box was 70 at 11am when I opened it and read 78 within 10 minutes. I think I may have been lucky to find the box rather quickly, as I thought it is well hidden. Took a picture, left things as I found them, Thank you Barrington, glad you won the exit fight.


 

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