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Alphabet series - Q Welcome to the >Alphabet Series< When doing this series you’ll come across the whole alphabet in a range of sizes and challenges. Remember the word ‘challenge’ as you may come across, just that! Some of these caches won’t have swaps, while some will. Please bring along a pen/pencil to ensure you can log the cache. Q - You are looking for a 400ml container. This cache has no trades and there will be a little challenge to retrieve the logbook when you find this cache. You will need to bring a pen/pencil. The idea of these caches were to create a large series for a family to enjoy. These have been created by a family (GeoMum, GeoDad and 3 Geokids, ages 6, 7 & 9).Together we have worked on all 26 caches, sharing roles for each. The area of these caches are located in bushland between Jackass Flat and Epsom. These caches are made for easy access. You can walk or drive to these locations. Some tracks may require a 4x4 if using some of the roads, otherwise, simply park your car and have a short walk to the cache. OR if you love the walk, feel free to walk them all. IMPORTANT- Please be mindful of old mine shafts, pot holes and in the warmer weather be wary of possible snakes. Always be respectful to the area and wildlife. This series is under 5km and can be completed in a whole day. Of course, if you’re up for the challenge. We hope you enjoy the series. Please let us know if you come across any problems. Thanks for doing another msbergz cache! Happy Geocaching.
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