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Parliament Square

A cache by forman & Donna Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/13/2003
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: virtual (virtual)

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Geocache Description:

COME ON NOW PEOPLE. DON'T ASK TO LOG IT IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE ANSWERS. It's 3 questions. Yes I believe you were there, I don't need a picture of you close by. 3 answers will get a smiley face tho.

Short walk from downtown Nassau shopping area. Email me with your answers, do not post your answers or spoiler pix here or your log will be deleted.

While on your vacation, you are on a mission. You will need a pen or pencil, paper or a voice recorder. You will need to get the answers for this Virtual cache. ALL the answers are required to log this find. Do not ask to log because you can’t read your writing.
Remember….this is a mission! Be prepared.

BTW, There are a few plaques here. Take the time to get the right info.

1. What is the date for those who died in the service of their country in H.M.B.S. Flamingo?

2. What are the dates at the top? There is 2 sets, 19xx-19xx & 19xx-19xx.

3. To live in the hearts we left behind is to what?

FINE PRINT: I know we like to rack up our cache find numbers, but you need to really find this place and not just do a GOOGLE search to find the info, and no retro "I was here last year stuff and just started caching".

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