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Tämä saa soida!

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Hidden : 04/06/2017
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Ääneen liittyvän sarjan toinen kätkö.
The second cache of the series of caches built around voice.

 



Jyväskylän seudun silmäsarjan innoittamana jatkan ääneen liittyvää sarjaa tällä helpohkolla, mutta sijoituspaikaltaan jästikkäällä kätköllä.
Paikka saattaa olla hieman meluisakin, mutta täällä se ei haittaa. Jos ei muuten ääntä kuulu, niin tämä saa soida!.
Saa nähdä pysyykö purkki paikallaan hyvin - jos ei, laitetaan vaatimattomampi... Kynää ei ole.
Lisää on tulossa....pysykää kuulolla!
Inspired by the eye cache series in the Jyväskylä region, I continue this voice related series with a fairly easy, but quite muggled location.
For the cache, it could in principle get loud at times, but here it does not matter. And if there is no music in the air otherwise, this baby can play!.
Remains to be seen if the cache will remain in place - if not, I will put a less interesting container... There is no pen or pencil.
There will be more in this series....keep your ears open!

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