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The third Waldviertel (=Woodquarter) Cache
Please let me present the third Waldvietel/Woodquarter cache. As the other two (Hat Stone and Fiddle Stone), the third is also a cache near a „Naturdenkmal“ (=natural monument) called Frog Stone, so please respect the environment. The cache is close to the especially lovely hamlet of Schlag, one of Austria's northernmost villages (unfortunately there is no inn at Schlag).
The cache consists of a cylindrical coffee tin wrapped in a plastic bag and initially contained the obligatory logbook and pencil (pls. do not remove) as well as ... .
Sorry, I now must excuse myself. As I forgot to write down the content of the cache before hiding it, could the first lucky geocacher please list the initial content on the cache page (just for statistical reasons)?
Nccebnpu gur pnpur ol gur ebnq yrnqvat bhg gb Mbyyunhf be Wbfrsfgny hagvy lbh ernpu n envfrq uvqr ng
A 48°57.294 / R 014°59.891. Sebz gur pnpur gb gur envfrq uvqr gur ornevat jbhyq or 223°. Gur pnpur vgfrys vf uvqqra ba gbc bs n ebpx synaxrq ol gjb ovepurf. Nf V jbhyq pnyy zlfrys pbfzbcbyvgna n pebff naq na rkgerzryl fznyy perfprag funcrq cbaq jvyy yrnq lbh gb gur pnpur juvpu vf uvqqra haqre (!) gur ebbgf bs n zbhagnva nfu. Fbhaqf penml, ohg vg ernyyl vf fb.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum