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Pussycat discovered this park and we so much enjoyed walking here that we would like to share it with you too. We recommend that you do this cache just before sunset on a calm, windless day. You're bound to hear many birds in the trees, see geese by the dam and guinea fowls all around.
Park at the published coordinates and make your way to the intermediate waypoint S33° 51.570 E018° 37.086.
How many tar poles (AB) were used to build the bridge (horizontal and vertical poles)? Now make your way to the final location S33° 51.(A+4)79 E018° 37.(B+2)37.
The cache container is a small camouflaged lock-n-lock container, hidden at the base of a tree under a smallish rock.
Update July 2010: The cache has been upgraded to a small cache from a micro and hidden a few meters away from the original location. Since GPSr reception might not be good under tree cover, we added a spoiler pic.
(As for the name - when we placed the cache it was just the most awesome day. All nature's forces were in balance and we experienced the most awesome sunset)
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