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This cache is located in a nature reserve site, near the sign. This is a family cache, so a children should find it also and the content is also a bit childish, so please keep that in mind when trading the content. The name "squirrel" refers to squirrels way of hiding treasures (food in their case and a treasure in our case :) This nature's monument consists of several boulders, and each of them weights more than a truck. The inaccuracy of coordinates may be couple of meters.
Please visit (visit link) for more detailed information about this geological valuable place (in Finnish). It is called Veinin siirtolohkareikko and those boulders are from the ice age.
The best way is to walk to the cache, since the terrain is almost a solid rock, with some altitude differences. You may also use a bicycle, to get almost in there. Nearest car park is in the Jupperi's Library, which is also very close.
There may be broken glass in the ground. Young people like to spend summer nights nearby. So, please be carefull, and do not walk barefoot.
If you haven't heard about the song in the hint (or you don't understand Finnish), you can use google to resolve the lyrics and google translator to translate them in the right language, by entering for example "lennä lennä leppäkerttu sanat" into the search string. WATCH OUT FOR FAKE LOGS NEARBY !
[Continue the Finnish childrens song:] Yraaä, yraaä yrccäxreggh...
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum