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erik88l-r: This cache page has been archived due to the lack of a timely response. If the owner would like to have it reinstated, please contact me through my profile within 30 days.

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A cache by Hunty777 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/13/2012
1 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is at a fishing lake.  It is hidden, by easily retrieved.  The route to it is easy, there are many steps going down to the lake spaced every 20 metres or so, you ned to go down one of these sets of steps to find the cache at the bottom of the steps.

The cache is a small film size cannister enclosed in a instant noodle pack - to blend in with the usual lakeside debris - and is hidden under a 2 foot tall insect mound with a wooden base (becareful of ants!!) annexed to the tree at the bottom of the steps on the right. (see photo) The site is easily reached by car via a main road.  There are steps going down to the cache from the road.  riding or driving along the lake road provides some nice photo opportunities.

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