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KW0 The Holy Grail
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Near a little (very) old church popular for weddings - an easy find.
Placed on the day 4/12/2011 (bit of a rush) to commemerate the marital union of dear friends "Kel and Will" - placed for the swapping of marriage/love trinkets. The HOLY GRAIL for all of us is LOVE.
Original Cache was a 50mm cannister with rose insignia and phosphorescent pieces on the exterior (may assist finding at night). Cache is now (08/11) a 400ml white screw-top container.
First to find 'trophy' was a miniature wooden 'Holy Grail', goblet carved from Australian Hardwood.
Live long and love!
Happy caching All.
*** Updated and maintained on 21/8/2011 for the christening of Will and Kel's first child "Luke" ***
*** One of the Rushwells is now a proud Godfather!!!***
*** Thanks Fellow Geo's (AusTrackers) for replacing the container - it was a rush job back on date of placement... ***
Love to all!
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:59 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum