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Reviewer Niatpac Nagrom: As this cache is abandoned, I'll archive it. Please someone collect this geotrash away and throw it to garbage bin.

Thanks, Reviewer Niatpac Nagrom

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EMC

A cache by ingoval Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/09/2004
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Located in easy place under some rocks

The place, name and time of hiding are related to EMC- European Mining Course, http://www.ttu.ee/maeinst/emc. Students who participate in this course, live just in neighbourhood. One of the coordinates indicates the date of hiding, the date indicates the beginning period of the cources and also the event cache that will start in 10 days Helsingi Dessant, when most of active Estonian geocachers will come to Helsinki and start looking for caches during one day. Things hidden in the cache have been collected during an excursion that took place in relation to EMC. It contains a pure white piece of Finnish marble-limestone from Tytyri mine, ear protectors from Förby limestone mine and in addition a Geolutin called "Traveller". http://www.geolutins.com


Reviewer note: local geocachers Jyrki&Sari have kindly volunteered to maintain this cache whenever needed. Thanks Jyrki and Sari!

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