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Riva Downtown

A cache by El & Al Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/16/2004
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A cache in the middle of the city. Easy to find, but hard to grab ...

Most important: This cache is not for beginners! Not for finding the cache, but for picking up a cache in front of that crowds of pedestrians.

The second important thing: Please be sure to check, how the box and the stone are placed in the wall – there is only one way, how they fit into this small hole.

Now the description:
This cache is placed in the middle of Riva del Garda. Easy to find, but hard to pick up without being seen. It is the 6th and last cache of our Transalp 2004. After 500 km and 12000 meters of height it was a lot of fun placing this cache in the middle of a city. Therefore there are a lot of traffic things in:

Initial content:
- Volvo P 144
- Citroen DS
- 4 pylons
- 2 tires for Carrera Universal
- Tiger-Sticker
- Stash Note
- Pencil

Happy hunting!

El&Al

Small note on cache maintenance: We are regularly in this region, so we are able to maintain this cache.

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