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Kitty Swimming with the Fishies
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Bring your own pen(cil) please! Cache is within 3m of GZ. Please also see the Additional Hints section for a clue to where it is NOT.
I got a little book with a snorkling kitty on it from someone and thought it might make a cute log book. After that idea entered my mind, it was just a hop, skip and a jump to placing this cache. This is my first placement, so i hope you all enjoy it!
Congrats to blueriders for the FTF, Jean Déniche for the STF and AngelFreak for the TTF!
Historical Note: The history of scuba diving is very well documented as far back as 1535. In the 1500’s Leonardo Da Vinci designed the first known scuba diving apparatus. His drawings of a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus appears in his Codex Atlanticus. There is no record of Da Vinci ever following through with his design though. However, recently some daVinci enthusists/scientists made his drawing a reality. If you are interested in how it worked, check it out. (visit link)
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:54:56 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:54 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum