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Robbos Tunes 2 Treasure - 'Light my fire'

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Hidden : 11/15/2005
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Size: Size: small (small)

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'Light my fire' by Jose Feliciano is part of the Robbos Tunes2Treasure series which are dedicated to happy family memories of times we spent time together adventuring, (The 3 Musketeers), in and around our home in Kendal.

We have chosen 'Light my fire' by Jose Feliciano because it has romantic memories too!!

'Light my fire' is a place we pass on one of our favourite off-road bike routes.

We all enjoy lighting fires in the outdoors for real so we would have been very useful here at the hiding place.

The First to Find memento shows Sam getting his fire going to cook his dinner on the banks of the Dudh Kosi in Nepal!!
One of his greatest kayaking expeditions.

Carpe Diem


* DO LOOK AT SOME OF THE OTHER Robbos Tunes 2 Treasure. You can have a grand walk out if you combine visiting a few of them together.

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