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saraabeiramar: The place is off limits now, the cache has repetedly been stolen and we also moved too far away to take further care of it. Therefore the cache will be archived.

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Taxiway Foxtrot

A cache by saraabeiramar Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/24/2014
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is at a popular plane spotters location, so come here to see the big jets take-off and land. 

There's not only a log in the cache but also some little put-and-take items. Please make sure to bring a little nice thing and put it in the container if you want to take one of the other items. There's also a pen to make your log. 


português: Este cache está escondido num sítio onde muita gente vai para ver os aviões. Então vem cá e vai ver os grandes jets a aterrar e descolar! Não há só o log no cache mas também vários pequenos objetos para troca. Se quiseres levar um- deixa outro :) Também há uma caneta.





About  OPO airport:

The airport was renamed for former Portuguese Prime Minister, Francisco de Sá Carneiro, who was killed in an airplane crash as he was heading to this airport: until this time it was known as Pedras Rubras Airport.


Francisco de Sá Carneiro airport is limited between the municipalities of Matosinhos (to the south and west) and Vila do Conde (to the north) and Maia (to the east): it covers the parishes of Santa Cruz do Bispo, Perafita and Lavra (in Matosinhos); Aveleda andVilar do Pinheiro (Vila do Conde); and Vilha Nova da Telha and Moreira (Maia).

It includes an area of between 72 metres (236 ft) in the extreme south and 43 metres (141 ft) in the north. The southern portion of the airport intersects the hydrographic watershed of the Leça River, while the north is crossed by effluents of Onda River. The lands on which the airport was built were originally agricultural, characterized by rich soils that permitted cultivation of various cereals.

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