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The Mother of all LPC
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This cache is final part of the LPC-Family series. This is the final location of the Mother of all the LPC's. This cache is an home-made Nano, bring your own pen.
This is not a typical LPC but an LPC with a twist.
What is a typical LPC?
LPC or “Lamp Post Cache” is a very common hiding place for micro caches, this exploits the fact that the shroud (or “skirt”) on lamp posts that cover the anchor bolts are usually not secured, and can be lifted up to provide a hiding place. The term LPC is sometimes intended to be a derogatory reference, since LPC hides are generally all the same and require little skill or imagination.
About the LPC Family
Since they left their house they started wonder around, starting from Tel-Aviv and ending in…? But the LPC-Family never forgot were home is and every member of the LPC-Family will give you the location of the Mother of all LPC
The Family consists of GC4D9XB (TLV), GC4D9XY (TLV), GC4D9Y5 (TLV), GC4D9YH (TLV), GC4PYTG (TLV), GC4D9Z2 (TLV), GC4PY16 (Ramat-Gan), GC4TH8G(Ramat-Gan), GC4ETFK (Jerusalem), GC4FFNK (Beit Shemesh), GC4GAF3 (Fast Lane)
I hope you enjoy this cache series and please try to keep them alive by being stealth and use your geo-smart.
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Last Updated: on 6/7/2017 7:40:14 PM Pacific Daylight Time (2:40 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum