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º: [purple][b]Switching the light off [8D] [/b][/purple][font=Comic Sans MS]

Thanks again everybody for you interest in this event. I think due to positive response we will see another Friendly Floatees Event in Melbourne :grin:

[green][i]Cheers
[b]Philipp[/b][/i][/green]

P.S.: If anyone is interested I am planning on going after this cache [url=http://coord.info/GCA1B4]coord.info/GCA1B4[/url] on Saturday from Jam Jerrup. If you are interested in joining let me know.

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Friendly Floatees

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Hidden : Saturday, February 12, 2011
Difficulty:
3.5 out of 5
Terrain:
5 out of 5

Size: Size: large (large)

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Based on a stupid idea by PrincessDiala, C@H, Spladem and Philipp we invite all geocachers to the
 
Friendly Floatees

 

WHAT : Geocaching event
WHEN : 12th of February 2011, 14:00 to 17:00
WHY : Just for the fun of it!
WHERE : Floating in Albert Park Lake
 

  • You have to bring or borrow some kind of watercraft to reach the cache. I asked: a 4 metre tinny is ok ... as long as you take the motor off.
  • It's not allowed to swim in the lake.
  • Before you go onto the lake, you need to go to the park office (see waypoint below) and fill a form / indemnity agreement. I did it on Saturday arvo - that was done in five minutes. The thing is valid for a lifetime so you only have to do this once.
  • You also have to have a PFD.

The coordinates point to the middle of the lake and this is where the logbook will be located. Hence the T5 rating. If there is a sailing school / rowing club / ... on the lake I might set-up the logbook in a less crowded part of the lake on the day of the event. In this case I'll post the coordinates. If you miss them: Look for the little yellow kayak.

Timeline

  • 2 pm - Meeting and floating on the lake. Sign the logbook.
  • 3 pm - Gather for the FTF race. I found a nice spot at the south end: From the wooden thingy (not the landing) to the yellow buoy. That's around 200m.
  • After the race - pick-nick and BBQ. There will be no food provided so remember to BYO food and other gear.

One last thing: the parking-fee for the whole day is $2 so bring some change.



Cheers
Your Friendly Floatees
Martina and Philipp
 

 
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