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Totoro, the magic tree cache

A cache by William, Egil, Toste and Ami Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/02/2009
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Take the boat to Brännö, walk over the island until you come to the shop. Make it right on Galterövägen, walk up the path. Then the path goes downhill. After the little pumphouse ( do not walk on the path to the right, because it´s private, as is the pumphouse) walk straight forward another 100 m. There is a tree with a hole in it, on the right hand. The treasure is in there.

The container is a small plastic can made for diabetic test strips. Inside you will find paper, a small pen and three little pearls. It is very easy to reach because it is just next to the path. There are more treasures along the way and one is on beautiful Galterö ahead of you, so you will have a great walk making contact with people and mugglers.

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