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"Rhodos, Dry Nature of Goats".

A cache by "Team Kleijn" Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 9/19/2012
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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"Rhodos, Dry Nature of Goats"

Please can someone help me with maintaining this cache if you're plan to visit this cache ? Please change the logrol if possible with a new one. If the canister is broken please swap this with another one. Please inform me by using my profile, if you plan to do so. Thanks a lot for helping me !

If you travel around at Rhodos island you'll see a lot of dry nature. Rain is almost never falling and nature is dry and have a dusty feel. Dry trees living on sand and stones that's the underground. The sea around the island is very clean and nice. The water temperature is about 30 degrees in summer and about twenty degrees in winter. Goats living in the wild here. But they know there are human people, some of the wild living goats are marked with earlabels, thats means that they belong to an 'owner'. This cache is placed nearby a church. there are many greek churches, most people are greek-orthodoxe. The churches are not rich but gives a impression of the greek living.


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[Eng] Fgbarf vf jurer gur pnavfgre ynlf haqre

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