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Found it m4nTiSke & Helga <3 found IFK Brattfors

Saturday, 11 May 2019Värmland, Sweden

Just like the past two years, I was going to attend today's ÖVVE event.
Flasharry was way too busy at home and GunnarLJ had other obligations.
So our little Karlstad team was reduced to Nevelyn_Gorgora and me... but we got some extra help from our special guest for today: Herr_Krieg.
Together we were going to find as much caches as possible, hopefully get a few FTF's and most importantly have as much fun as possible.
The weather wasn't all that when we left Karlstad and started our first caches of the day, but it promised to get better later on.
Let's grab some caches!!

We arrived in Filipstad around kl.09.00.
Did a few caches at Kalhyttan to get into the groove.
By kl.10.00, when the new caches got published, we headed out to Brattfors.
A big trail had popped up there and it seemed a great opportunity to get our "finds"-finder up a bit.
After doing the trail it was time to catch our breath a bit.
From here on out we took it a bit slower.
And what better way to do it, than with this type of cache?
Seen plenty of these, so it wasn't a huge problem solving it, bit it still remains a tedious job to get to the log.
After putting it back together we continued our journey in search of some more caches.


*To speed up logging we signed all logs using the first letters of our nicknames.
So if you see the letters MEH... That's us 😉 *

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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