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Geocache Description in English:
Background of this cache...
The idea to this cache was born, when I walked by the starting point and "Found It!" smiled at me. Caching is funny, isn't it?
But the initial problem was, what kind of cache container would fit to this theme? Well, finally I found a suitable one from the shop in the Bay of Finland, and emptying it was no big problem.
In the beginning, I was thinking about to create a traditional cache, but as there were no suitable spot in starting point, I made this an easy multi cache, which turned also a very kid friendly.
To find the final location, inspect the building in starting point. It will tell you all necessary information for the final coords, which are in form of N 61° ab.cde E 024° fg.hij where:
a = (number of letter F in the plates of building) - 3
b = (number of letter L in the plates of building)
c = (number of letter G in the plates of building) - 4
d = (number of letter A in the plates of building) - 11
e = (number of letter S in the plates of building)
f = (number of letter T in the plates of building)
g = (number of letter M in the plates of building)
h = (number of yellow plates in the building)
i = (number of letter N in the plates of building) + 1
j = (number of letter V in the plates of building)
Note! Do not pay attention to small print "KROMIPAINO OY HKI "...
To the final coords you can either walk via pedestrian paths or via a bit longer route by car. In the final spot there's a lot do for kids, although during summer there may be so many muggles that it might be a good idea to search this cache during morning. The container is double layered, i.e the actual cache is inside a waterproof container.
This cache has also a sister cache DNF!
[Suomeksi:] nyyn wn gnxnan
[In english:] haqre naq oruvaq
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum