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Arapya Letterbox Hybrid

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Hidden : 08/03/2012
3 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Hello, my name is Helga. I am from Sussex, UK. I was married happily for 23 years, when two years ago my husband Jim, died from cancer. I miss him so much. I was cleaning the house the other day and out of nowhere I found Jim's diary. When I was reading it felt almost as if he is there with me and we are talking again. I found one particular page, with something I never knew about, that sounds really interesting. I am an old woman now and I cannot take long trips abroad. Otherwise I would love to do what Jim wrote about. Well, if I can't do it I hope someone out there can. Here is the page from Jim's diary:


I found the pictures, which Jim mentions in his diary, along with some other beautiful pictures from Arapya camping site in Bulgaria. They are listed below.

The T-shaped crossroad.

The looks of the forest at this point.

NOTE: This letterbox hybrid cache is listed in AtlasQuest. PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THE STAMP FROM THE BOX! It is not SWAG! Also take extra care not to be seen, when taking the box out and do your best to camouflage it properly, so muggles can't spot it!

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