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Pihlajamäki CITO Rocked

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Hidden : 11/4/2010
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Pihlajamäki Rocks (GC2G9EA) oli pitkään aikaan ensimmäinen Helsingissä järjestetty siivousmiitti eli CITO. Talkoisiin osallistui melkein sata nimimerkkiä ja roskat viimeistäkin lasinsirua myöten kerättiin pois parissa tunnissa. Samalla tuli testatuksi, miten yhteistyö sujuu Helsingin kaupungin kanssa siivousvälineiden lainaamisen ja roskien pois viemisen osalta.

Tämä on onnistuneen miitin muistokätkö. Lähestyminen on helpointa Pihlajamäentieltä. Purkin löytäminen lumisena talvena voi olla työlästä, mutta vihje vastaavasti auttaa paljon. Purkista löytyy myös vinkki Cache In -kätkölle. Onnea etsintöihin!

In English:
Pihlajamäki Rocks (GC2G9EA) was the first CITO event organised in Helsinki for too many years. This is the memorial cache of the very successful happening. It is easiest to approach from the direction of Pihlajanmäentie street. During a snowy winter finding the cache might be pretty laborious but the hint is, on the other hand, quite helpful. In the box you'll find a clue to Cache In cache, as well. Happy hunting!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[FI] Xngnwn, xnnghahg xryb wn xnyyvbaxbyb.
[EN] N whavcre, n fynt, naq n ebpx pnivgl.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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