DIDO South (Bay of Plenty)
In North Island, New Zealand
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DIDO series of caches.
I stole this idea for a cache from the Aussies.
The name stands for Drive In Drive Out and as the name suggests the caches are small, (read micro) and easy to access, so it is really a drive by and helps add to your numbers if that’s what caching is to you.
Often the area is a layby into or out of a town/city, or maybe an area of interest such as a lookout.
For this reason they are mostly high muggle areas so some stealth is required.
There are four caches roughly equating to the points of the compass giving you a trip around the lake.
All are magnetic Ecllipse tins.
Last Updated: on 8/30/2017 4:36:52 AM Pacific Daylight Time (11:36 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum