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Se no local existe algum container, por favor recolha-o a fim de evitar que se torne lixo (geolitter).

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Fragil [Negrais]

A cache by Batalha Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/9/2007
1 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Esta cache surgiu-me aos poucos, visitei o local após longos anos, e fui amadurecendo uma ideia de cache. Quando recentemente encontrei um objecto… automaticamente toda a cahe ficou nítida na minha mente. Daí até a realização foi um passo, com alguns trabalhos manuais pelo meio.


Como já escrevi este local é um dos sítios de culto que guardo de infância, (este guardei melhor, pois ainda hoje tenho uma cicatriz na perna, recordação de uma tarde de magusto durante a primária).


Assim, despretensiosamente, decidi que esta cache seria um tributo à vida, com as suas mais variadas vertentes: ora amarga, ora doce, dura, ténue, surpreendente, etc. etc.


Enfim um misto de Yin/Yang.


Podemos também aqui encontrar relação com alguns contos infantis, quem não ouviu pelo menos uma vez, as aventuras de Don Quixote de lá mancha?

Assim recriei, num árduo trabalho de produção. O renascer duma nova vida directamente das entranhas dum gigante de pedra moribundo, qual Fénix.



Dito isto, que não faz qualquer sentido antes de se ter feito a cahe, só me resta um conselho. Façam-na, e depois leiam. J


A cache


Procurem com os olhos, não será necessário revirar pedras, a cache vê-se! Mantenham a elevação durante a busca.

Apesar da anterior referencia à minha cicatriz, esta é uma cache para fazer em família apenas recomendo que seja um adulto (sem tremuras) a manusear o container.

O terreno é privado, mas tenho o consentimento do proprietário, não o façam arrepender!

O local proporciona uma vista magnífica e os amantes de TT/BTT tem aqui um óptimo local de partida/chegada para os seus passeios.


Desfrutem e comentem.

Traduzido porTeam Geo-Cricket



The idea for this cache appeared to me on little bits. I visited the place after long years and the idea matured. When recently I found an object… automatically all the cache became clear on my mind. From that to the final result it was just a matter of some handcraft in the between.


As I’ve written before, this is a special place that I keep in my mind since childhood (this one I remember even better due to a scar in my leg, as result of an afternoon of St. Martin’s summer in the primary school).


That way, unpretentiously, I’ve decided that this cache would be a tribute to life, with all of it several steps: some times bitter, other times sweet, hard or thin, or even surprising, etc., etc.

Anyway, a mix of Yin/Yang.


Here we can also find a relationship with some children tales, who haven’t listen, at least once, the adventures of Don Quixote de La Mancha?


That way, I’ve recreated, with a hard production work, the reborn of a new life, directly from the guts of dying stone giant like a phoenix.


With this said, that makes no sense before finding the cache, I have only one advise: Find it and then read.


The cache


Look with your eyes, you don’t have to look under any stones, the cache is at sight. Keep some elevation during the search.


Besides of the reference to my scar early in the text, this is a family friend cache, the only recommendation I have, is that to handle the recipient should be picked a non-hand-shaking adult.


The land is private, but the owners allowed the cache presence, please, don’t make them regret of it.


The place has great sights and the TT/BTT lovers have here a great starting/ending point for their adventures.


Enjoy and comment.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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