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Easy training run in suburban Adelaide, South Australia
2015, August. Cache is now back in position after council have finished constructing the landscaped path. There is now huge bush to hide in so finding this should be easy until the regrowth takes over in a year or two. The neighbour knows of the cache but please respect his privacy as much as possible. Check the shrubbery! Note: 2002. After nearly a year for this cache I must admit that it is not as easy as my title implies. The surrounding trees make lock-on a bit difficult and there is a lot of shrubbery. 2005. Four Years later and the bulldozers have been and gone. The shrubbery has grown back a bit but is nowhere near as extensive as it used to be. Therefore there is no longer a marker peg. The cache location has moved slightly - only a few metres. 2006. The cache has been replaced after being muggled, some old trinkets still there but mostly new . The new log book contains a listing of all known previous visitors. Enjoy. 2011 - Back in action, and remember you do not need to go near anyone's back gate. 2013 - An encrypted clue to help you.
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