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Just follow the bike paths, they are all close, mostly.
Due to a slight change in position of the pine posts at the second point there is a slight offset to be applied.
**Add 0020 to the south co-ord.****
It should be obvious where all the post are now located.
Also plate 4 is missing. The ACT gov war against copper logs continues
clue 4 7422, 7035
Continuing along with a theme that I started about a year ago. I present the second in the "Around The Lake" series, but this time its at around Lake Burley Griffin.
As a kid I spent many a weekend on my bike riding around and exploring all the nooks and crannies of Lake Burley Griffin. So now its your turn to follow in my bike tracks and discover some of those places for your self.
The cache is a 7 point multi cache. The first 6 are little metal markers screwed to copper log posts or the like. The metal marker is a piece of metal 1cm wide and 7 cms long. On each piece of metal is two, four digit numbers . The first number is the south co-ord and the second is the east co-ord.
The four digit number is the second minute point plus the 3 decimal points below it.
For example the co-ord for the first point
35deg 18.021S 149deg 04.391
would look like
The Deg point and the most signifiacant minute point stay the same the whole way around the lake so I have not listed them.
The last point is the cache. A clear plastic container with just a few goodies.
Good luck and happy hunting.
Ybbx bhg gb frn, ghea yrsg naq cbxr nebhaq orybj. oruvaq n ebpx.
cyrnfr ercynpr ebpx gb fgbc vg snyyvat bhg.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum