[Variable A]: avpug ebg
[Variable M]: avpug 3
[Variable O]: fpunh üore qra Znexvfra
[Variable R]: orvz Ovre ova vpu Cngevbg
[Variable T]: qhepu 10 grvyone
[Prüfsumme]: Mvssreadhrefhzzr nyyre rezvggrygra Inevnoyra retvog mjrvuhaqrefvrora
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Logeinträge für Aschenmarkt
26. Oktober 2016, 14:13 mrambossek hat den Geocache gefunden
Leicht zu finden, nettes Puzzle - danke!
10. Februar 2016 M.W. hat eine Bemerkung geschrieben
dIe Beschreibung und Formeln wurden den veränderten Gegebenheiten angepasst. Viel Spaß beim Suchen! M&W
28. Oktober 2015, 13:07 swasti hat den Geocache gefunden
Oc nachlog. Bitte mein log auf der geocaching.com Seite lesen.
Danke an M.W. für das Verstecken einer Dose hier an diesem Ort und vorallem das zeigen dieses netten plätzchens.
31. Oktober 2014 Mr. & Mrs. Marple hat den Geocache gefunden
Nachlog von gc.com
Heute Abend erst gut essen gegangen, dann musste noch eine große Cacherunde durch Wien gedreht werden. Viele Rätsel hier in der Gegend wurden im Vorfeld schon zuhause gelöst. Auch Zeit für kurze Multis war genug und so war es heute eine abwechslungsreiche Abendrunde mit sehr vielen Highlights.
Es war kein einziger DNF dabei. Ja, so macht cachen Spass!!!
Danke an alle Owner fürs verstecken und den für mich gelungenen Abendspaziergang
15. September 2013 cezanne hat den Geocache gefunden
I wanted to visit this cache already more than 7 years ago, but somehow never managed to do so. Today AnnaMoritz wanted to have a look at the Vienna Science Festival and this cache fitted well into this plan. I have been at the Naschmarkt before when it was open and it's certainly more attractive from the athmospheric point of view during market times, but for proceeding with this cache it is of advantage when the market is closed.
Cachen, nein danke proceeded with MoritzRabe to the Science Festival and so AnnaMoritz and myself could concentrate on this cache.
We could not find a harpooned fish (there were construction works on the way) and so I came up with some guess for A which turned out to be wrong in the end (but that turned out only when the checksum was completely wrong). Fortunately, after this issue right at the beginning the next variables were quickly obtained. The last name of Charlotte did not remind me of a prayer, but of a French teacher of my sister. For D my guess before arriving at this booth would have been completely wrong.
Until variable J everything went smoothly even though we passed a number of booths were works were underway. The location where J can be found is at the moment blocked by a barrier, but it was possible to get a sneak peek at the letters by somehow looking around the corner of the barrier. I was quite relieved that this was possible. The next stages were again straightforward. At booth 362 I would have bought something different [;)]. The person telling the story must have been really hungry - I would not have wanted a single one of these balls as I do not like fried food. I definitely would have preferred to be a guest of the person who did the shopping: Fish, vegetables, salad, fresh herbs sound better than what the Doctor has to offer.
Like reported by others recently there was no cook at the next stage, so I had to use the workaround for P. After some debate about which parts of the facade are northwest and northeast, the solution I had in mind for O made sense. My calculations led me to the right place for the next stage after correcting a silly mistake where I had mixed up B and C. This mistake was obvious however as my first coordinates would not have made sense at all.
The next coordinates made sense only when AnnaMoritz showed me the formula on her smartphone making me realize that the first term was J*K*M*N*O and not J*K+M*N*O which I had used as I could not read my hasty handwriting well enough. I had scribbled down the most important parts of the cache description in a hurry before leaving for this cache. (Somehow it is strange whenever I use the word scribbled it reminds me of this song written by Joan Baez http://www.joanbaez.com/Lyrics/tobobby.html which of course has no connection at all to this cache.)
Obtaining T was no issue (I could guess T already in advance after having computed the factor in front of T) , but due to the wrong value for A, the coordinates for the final did not look promising. With the help of the checksum I found out what A should have been where I need to admit that I needed to reduce the checksum mentioned in the hint by one (there is no colour that would lead to the value one larger). As others mentioned before that their checksum was the value I obtained with my guess of A, I believe that one of the variables has changed since the hint has been provided, but apparently this change does not have any essential consequences.
Once at the target location, the cache was easy to find. The cache is ok.
Somehow by coincidence (it was not planned) I found three M.W. caches this weekend and thus doubled the number of M.W. caches I have found overall.
I hope that the changes that are underway will not imply too many modifications for this cache in the future.
Thanks to M.W. for thinking up the nice background story and setting up a multi cache instead of having hidden a traditional with a cache description copied from Wikipedia, something which has become so common by now. Before having read the cache description back in 2006 I have not been aware that the Naschmarkt formerly was called Aschenmarkt.
Thanks to AnnaMoritz for coming along with me and thanks to Cachen, nein danke for preparing a delicious pizza. After having read so much about food, I was already hungry.