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Let's clean up a piece of Tirol

A cache by V_clav11 CZ Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Saturday, July 21, 2018
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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As guests in Innsbruck and Tirol, we would like to contribute to its clean surroundings. Please come at 9:30 and help us tidy up this area, for an one hour or so. The CITO take place in forest, logbook will be avaible at landed coordinates. 

We will have trash bags. Please bring your own gloves! You can bring your TB's and GC's to change or share. Maybe we can place a new cache in the area ("Cache In") after we clear the place (Trash Out).

 

  • Trash bags will be avaible, you don't have to take your own
  • Bring your own gloves
  • Full bags of trash put on listed coordinates
  • It is the collecting point for waste transport

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I am looking forward to meet you. Greetings from Czech Republic by V_clav11 CZ.

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