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Entre Rond et Pointu (Perles du Trièves #1)

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Hidden : 06/18/2014
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

La première cache d'une série afin de découvrir le Trièves : un joli coin de campagne entouré de montagnes à 50 km de Grenoble !

This is the first cache of a series to discover the Trièves : a beautiful piece of countryside surrounded by the montains 50 km far from Grenoble !

Pour cette première cache, je vous propose une petite ballade entre deux villages : "Monestier du Percy" et "le Percy" comme on dit là-bas. L'un a un clocher "rond" (assez rare dans la région) et l'autre a un clocher "pointu" (plus commun). Vous pouvez vous garez dans l'un des deux villages. Le sentier est balisé et fait environ 1.5 km. 

Vous recherche une petite boîte d'environ 6 x 6 x 8 cm. Son contenu initial : un registre, un crayon, un TB (petit chien qui bient d'allemagne), d'autres petites choses...

For this first cache, I propose a short ballad between two villages : "Monestier du Percy" and "le Percy" as we told over there. The first has a "round" church tower (pretty rare in the area) and the second has a "sharp" one (pretty common). You can park your car in one of the villages. The path is marked out and is about 1.5km long.

You are looking for a small box 6 x 6 x 8 cm sized. Contains initially : logbook, pen, a TB (small dog from Germany), other stuff...

Félicitations ! FTF:LesBRIBRI STF:les bardbard TTF:PayJi et baenshee

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