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rtl: This cache has now met its fate. It's time to go, wouldn't have wanted it to go this way, but.....


Romance Multicultural

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Hidden : 11/21/2009
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A mystery cache relating to a multicultural romance in the 20th century.

He was a singer, she was a painter. Or was it the opposite?

He was a foreigner (from a country near Finland), she was finnish. Or was it the opposite?

They were a couple and lived (happily ever after?) in a house, situated where no-one would think a house could be placed these days. But that place is passed-by by numerous people each and every day. There is a plaque placed there, reminding us about the couple and their house.

Your task is to find that plaque. Once there, you only need to move 324 meters in the direction 280 degrees. There you will find the cache in the most probable place. The cache is a large micro container.

This cache is dedicated to Jessica. Jessica was a Flat-Coated Retriever, who didn't mind ANY risks, to achieve the ultimate satisfaction - i.e. eat SO much that "food" almost poured out of her stomach. Despite her risky habits, she managed to live almost 16 years. She was known to sometimes escape to the area close to the cache in her search for goodies of her kind - some of them not worth mentioning.

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