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Bunjil: ----------


Hi Clever Monkey,

This cache appears to be in need of owner intervention. The cache is being temporarily disabled, to discourage people from visiting this location until the issues/s with this cache can be addressed, as well as to remove it from search listings.

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  • Should the regional Health and Victorian Government requirements allow it AND you feel it safe for you to maintain and address this cache now, please feel free to do so.

  • Alternatively, what you need to do is place a Write Note log indicating a date when you expect/hope you might be able to attend to the issue/s.

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EMS #3 All Guns Blazing

A cache by Rallywrxwagon Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/23/2006
2.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Cache number 3 in the Eclipse Micro Series (EMS).

A nice little park to stop at on your way to the Alpine areas for the snow or hiking, or even up to lake Eildon for a days boating.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Sebz gur onpx evtug unaq fvqr bs pnaaba va pheirq frpgvba arne oneery.

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