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gracie7 + Mum: Very sad to say good by to this one - the cache has had its last 'flush' as the features have now been removed.
When @kotukuSI found the cache on the 22nd she added a photo to a geocaching FB social group so when the notification came through we were gobsmacked.
Mum checked on the cache on the way home to find that the feature have been removed but the cache containers were nicely left in a small pile. [:(]


HIS or HERS (West Coast)

A cache by gracie7 + Mum Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 02/24/2013
1 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

P & G @ an interesting feature that will catch your eye while passing

This feature always catches my eye as we are passing through and we have been meaning to stop and ask permission to place a cache here.
Today we finally had the time to stop and place not 1 but 2 containers at the cache site.

If you are a "MALE" please sign the cache on the left.
If you are a "FEMALE" please sign the cache on the right.
If your team contains both genders then you may sign just one or both if you wish.

Please do not disturb the plants and watch the traffic nearby if you have little cachers present.

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