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Equus caballus (Jorgensen Park) Traditional Geocache

This cache has been archived.

WanderingAus: Sadly I have to archive this one. I claimed fTF on this one very early in my geocaching life (that's fourth to find, not First) and then adopted it when Andrew (Aushiker) scaled down his involvement.

I wouldn't be able to maintain it before November at the earliest, so it has to go. Thanks to all those who made the considerable effort to reach this cache.

1.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is placed just off a side track that crosses the Jorgensen Park Walk, a very easy walking track.  It should be a relatively easy find a short distance from the track.  Given the open nature of the hiding place some care should be taken to avoid being muggled. This cache placement continues my hills "Take 30" series.

Andrew (Aushiker) has placed a great cache which has been enjoyed by a lot of cachers for over 18 months. I was happy to adopt the cache rather than see it archived. Thanks for a great cache Andrew.

The cache is a 2 litre blue lidded plastic container wrapped up in black plastic and contains the usual array of swag, log book etc. It is important that you please replace the rocks hiding it in its little hidey hole.

The cache is placed just off a side track which crosses the Jorgensen Park Walk which is a easy 5 km walk trail (allow about an hour) or if you prefer take a bit longer and do the interesting multi-cache that can be found here. Unlike some other walk trails in the area this one is an easy relatively flat walk and good for taking the dog on!

If you wish to make any comments please post a log or email me. Please log your find in the cache and on Please no hints or multiple logs, but please do leave a photo or two. Phone a friend is allowed, but hopefully not required.

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