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Auntie Spring is sad (Cat-cave) Multi-cache

Hidden : 06/09/2003
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Geocache Description:

This multicache shows you an old hut and a small, but interesting cave in the forests of Csobánka, a village some 10 miles West from Budapest. Some miles of walk, mostly in forest, plus climbing in a small cave (not dangerous).

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Warning! Please do not leave travelbug & coins in the cache! Don't safe, sorry! Kérlek ne hagyj utazót a dobozban, mert másik játéktéren is regisztrálva van a doboz – így az utazó avatatlan kezekbe kerülhet!

Once upon a time we were hiking in the Pilis Mountains when we met Auntie Spring. She was sadly sweeping the litter in front of her hut. (See co-ordinates above.) We greeted her politely and asked why was she so sad.
- Well, my dear - she began - there is deep sadness in my heart. My sweet small kitten has fled from me... I am desperate, because I am left alone, I have noone to caress, noone to talk to. I cannot see my cat drinking the milk so sweetly, and... and... - at this point she was a bit moved, then she continued - if you would happen to have a GPS with you, you could help me to find my cat. I know half of a co-ordinate where he could be. (This first part you will find in a side hollow of the Spring-hut.)

Thus we were sadly leaving, as we could not help nice old Auntie Spring. This moment something black was gliding beside us, then it landed on a tree. It was hanging upside down and adressed us like this:
- Have you seen by chance a small cat hanging around here? We told not, which made him wilt.
- Don't you have a GPS with you either? - he asked. We answered with shaking our heads.
Upon leaving he let us know that he could help us with the other part of co-ordinates, which he kept at home, in the depth of his cave.

(At the hind part of Cat-cave (N47°38,603' ; E18°56,698') go down and there, covered with stones you will find the second part of co-ordinates. Be careful not to fall on the left, not to climb in to the right, just walk in along.)

So, dear cacher, please help old Auntie Spring to find her small cat!

The cachebox itself is to be found at the co-ordinates you put together of the two parts found in the hut and in the cave. The kitten is shy so he is hidden. Look for the box accordingly.

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