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Ministro: Hi MajuraHathi,

This cache appears to be in need of owner intervention. I'm temporarily disabling it, to give you an opportunity to check on the cache, and take whatever action is necessary. Please respond to this situation in a timely manner (i.e., within 45 days) to prevent the cache from being archived for non-responsiveness.

If you require more time please be sure to post a note (not an email) explaining the situation and how much more time you require. For ongoing issues please ensure you visit the listing and post a new note every 28 days to keep everyone up to date, if you do not then you cache may be archived without further note from a reviewer. Caches archived due to lack of maintenance are no longer unarchived and you will need to submit a replacement as a new cache.

Ministro - Matt


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Hidden : 10/05/2012
1.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Welcome to this quiet corner of the lakeside precinct. A perfect spot for remote control toys of all kinds in this area - boats on the still waters and off roaders on the paths (watch out for cyclists)!
There is no parking nearby and stopping on the parkway is not recommended. Suggest you park further south east at the museum and its a very relaxing 20-30 minute round trip from there.

As for the cache, stealth may be required as you are close to the path. Coordinates may be a little vague under the trees.

Joint FTF to Shinydragon and The Proton, congratulations!

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