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CITO At Timaru

A cache by RAYZR Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Saturday, 27 February 2021
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   other (other)

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Geocache Description:

27 February 2021, 11:00 - 13:00

A CITO 

come along and help us clean up a small part of the coast that is suffering from so much pollution.

The debri you will be collecting is such a small part of the coast line on the east coast but in doing so you will be helping to preserve the future of our aquatic life. 

What to expect ....

A 1km walk down the beach 

Mostly large pebbles to walk on, (that is pretty standard this part of the coast).

To collect some interesting rubbish.

Other cachers to relate experience and maybe even get a hint on a cache that you haven't found yet.  

A big chance to make a small dent in the rubbish that ends up on the shore. 

Rather than plastic rubbish bags it would be great if you could use something more fitting to the occasion. Sacks etc 😊.

Gloves if you want to, but most of the rubbish has been there a while and your not likely to come across somthing disgusting.

Depending on how many people attend maybe even a hot / cold drink at the end. 

It would be perfect for the kids maybe not a pram though, remember the large pebbles.

Oh and something else somewhat out of the ordinary. You get the chance to log the location less  cache released by HQ ... thats another icon on your profile and you could also be awarded a souvenir.

 

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