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We are looking for any type of unique Weathervanes. This items must be on top of a roof and the can not have any of the standard looks. For example, no weathervanes with farm animals will be allowed. We want items that are unique and something of interest that would be in a coffee table book of unique items.
So to successfully log this cache, you must:
1. Only One log per user / team.
2. Find a unique weathervane, not ones with farm animals.
3. Give the town, state or country.
4. Give the coordinates of the weathervane.
5. The weathervane must be on a roof, sorry, nothing in a store will count as a find. But if it is a vane in a yard, not for sale, but for display purposes. This may be accepted.
6. Have a picture of the weathervane with your GPS.
7. Have a clear picture of the weathervane without the GPS.
8. Optional - hey, if you can get in the picture too great, just don’t fall off of the roof.
9. Please include why it is unique in your description. This way other searching will be able to find possible matches.
10. Since "unique" implies novel and one-of-a-kind look at those already posted. Don't post an identical weathervane mounted in a different location.
The one with the coordinates and picture is in Milford, CT at 19 Factory Lane. The top of this vane contains a swordfish.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:44 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum