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Found it Sirusc found Rossen

Sunday, 29 January 2017Aland Islands

Found at: 11.58
Looked at the hint before or during the search: Yes
Cache status: Ok
Logbook status: Ok
Streak day number: 587
Find number: 3226
I started the trip on 3205 finds and I started my time in the Aland Islands on 3223.

Today I'm finding caches together with Alandica and bussbosse. And some of them together with mialasse.

Sorry for the long standard log, but I want to use my time on finding caches. Not on writing logs.
I'll be posting a picture to most of the caches I'm finding.

I'm from Denmark and I'm on a 9 days trip to get 6 new countries on the geocaching map. These countries are Aland Islands, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. I'm also visiting Sweden, but just to get from Denmark to Aland Islands.
I have a goal of finding a cache in each of the 51 countries in Europe (according to geocaching.com), and this trip will bring me to 30.

I don't have a car or a drivers license, so I'm using public transport. I'm going with both bus, train, ferry and plane during the trip.

Last year I found geocaches in 20 different countries. This included a 1 month interrail trip during the summer through south eastern Europe, where I found caches in 15 different countries. After this trip I'll only be missing 3 countries in eastern Europe.

This trip will also give me 5 new souvenirs for the countries Finland, Russia, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

I don't have any goals about specific caches I want to find. I just want to get as many caches as possible.
I'm hoping it will be possible for me to get an FTF in one or more of the countries I'm visiting, but it's not something I'm counting on.

This cache will help me with the challenge cache GC423AC Challenge - 10.000 fund i Europa (3226 out of 10000), and if it's a micro, small, regular or not chosen, it will help me with the challenge cache GC5MN73 Challenge - Størrelsen betyder alt!

Thanks to the CO for this cache
Simon

Væltet træ
infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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