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Putting all my clothes on
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A cache that is not what it seems. [;)]
An area of Canberra bush land in between two main roads. While walking through the bush pause and have a think how good a job that nature does at covering things up. It covers the sky with leaves to catch the light, it covers the wood with bark to protect the sap, it also covers the ground with leaf litter to protect the dirt. From this vantage point it should become apparent why this cache its called putting all my clothes on.
I crossed a couple of bush tracks along the way but it should be safe for geokiddies because I didn't see any trains puffing along, not even with tourists. You could probably seek this cache at night time but it would be dark and you would not be able to see 3 feet in front of your nose.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:58 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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