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Venusaur: The plant blooms when it is absorbing solar energy. It stays on the move to seek sunlight. The final stage of the Bulbasaur evolution, and is also a Grass and Poison Pokémon. This makes it hard to predict how Venusaur will fare in combat, but they are one of the most useful and versatile Pokémon around.
Welcome to the Pokemon Puzzle Trail (PPT). This is the last in a series of 7 micro/small caches that will provide clues to the location of the 8th and final cache. After losing my original cache, I have replaced it with another micro, similar to the others, but painted. Please refer to the general directions provided in PPT(A): Pidgeot for how the Pokemon Puzzle Trail works.
To get to this cache (assuming you are following the trail in order), continue along the lake front from PPT(F): Squirtle. You need to pass under the Kings Ave Bridge and loop back before crossing the lake – take care when crossing the road!! You will now cross the bridge on the Carillon side and continue approximately 150m past the cache. That will take you to the path that loops back to the lake front & then under the bridge again.
The cache is not ON the Kings Ave Bridge (as it appears on the satellite image) - it is UNDER it. The cache is pretty obvious - but hopefully it will last the distance.
Before getting this last cache, you might like to make a brief detour to find:
The Thin Blue Line II (GC10BTW) at the National Police Memorial, and
Can you hear the drums... err Bells Fernando (GCA15D) at the Carillon.
There are also public toilets near the bridge to the Carillon.
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