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Traffic Control No: 1
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Is it a Regular cache? Is it a Micro cache? Is it a Multi cache? Or is it a virtual cache??? You can make your own mind up about this novel cache…. There’s nothing for you to exchange, simply visit the last posted coordinates and find this ‘well hidden’ cache. Remove the cache from its hiding place and fill out the log contained inside. Once you have done this its your job to relocate/rehide the cache in a new location as stated below in red. Make sure that you are not spotted in the process. Once complete, log your find and post the new coordinates to this fun cache.
There are 5 rules that must be adhered to:
Try your luck at finding the other 2 movable caches in this Traffic Control series. It shouldn't be too hard, they're located somewhere in Australia.
- You must hide the cache exactly the same way as you found it.
- You must relocate the cache on the same day that you find it.
- You must not give any clues away to how the cache is hidden.
- The cache is NOT to leave Australia
- The cache is NOT to be taken to events
Traffic Control No: 2 - Mark II
Traffic Control No: 3
THIS CACHE SHOULD BE HIDDEN IN ON A TRAFFIC LIGHT SIGNAL
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:42 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum