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This is one of a series of caches set up around the world specifically aimed at airline flight crew. They're close to crew hotels, easy to locate on a short stopover, and big enough for a few trackables. The title takes its name from the ICAO code for the nearby airport.
The GPS should take you to a small pond. The cache is set back about 1m from the centre light post. Please can you hide it securely after finding it. Unfortunately I'm not able to get to the site as as often as I had hoped, and maintenance has become an issue. This has meant that the cache is sometimes missing or left in the open (this may well be due to the lizards in the area). If you get there and find it has been muggled or lizzled, and can spare a new clip lock box and log, I'd be grateful if you could 'upgrade' it if, you find that it has gone missing. The cache has already been replaced a few times, and I think there might be at least 2 replacement caches in the vicinity. I believe the second one may be about 6-8' to the left of GZ. When you log the cache I'd appreciate it if you could list exactly what the cache container is, so I can check up on what is there.
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Last Updated: on 6/18/2013 3:16:06 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:16 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum