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A cache by Anders & Inger, adopted by Falheim Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/11/2004
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Ett stycke norr om Makrismåla utmed den gamla Yxnanäsvägen ligger på en berghäll en meterhög stenbumling som kallas "Tommestenen". Namnet har den fått för att man kan få den att gunga med ett lätt tryck av en tumme. Tydligen ligger den så nätt balanserande på underlaget att knappast ingen kraft alls behövs för att rubba den ur sitt jämviktsläge. Den kan ha legat så i flera hundra år, ja varför inte tusentals år sedan istiden.

Gömman är en 1 l plastburk som innehåller loggbok, penna och några bytesvaror.

A short distance from Makrismåla at the old road to Yxnanäs is a flat rock with a one meter high boulder which is called "Tommesstenen" (The Thumb Stone). It has got its name because it is possible to rock the boulder by just a light press with a thumb. The boulder is in balanced position so no strength is needed to alter it from its balanced position. The boulder maybe has been laying like this for many hundreds or thousands of years.

This cache is a 1 l plastic box containing a logbook, a pencil and some trading items.

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