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Write note MightyReek posted a note for Praia da Angra da Cerva [Milfontes Powertrail #5]

Sunday, August 24, 2008Beja, Portugal


Between some snacks to reinforce the leg strengths we crossed the 800 meters that separate the #4 from the #5 Praia da Angra da Cerva in 30 minutes. There we found a TB. I took it and BTR took some photos of it. Some more snacks and off we go.

The #6 Ponta do Landeiro also took us 30 minutes to reach. 10:00 and the Powertrail was set!

  • You’re forgetting about #7, said BTR.
  • #7? Is the sun hitting you too hard? You should put your cap instead of carrying in your backpack all the way… There are 7 caches but it started in #0 and ended in #6… I shouldn’t need to tell you that…
  • Naaa… It’s right here… under the cap, answered him while hit the backpack…
  • Oh…
    After all I’ve done something new to me: walked for several kilometres keeping almost always the same distance to a cache!
    It was just a matter of time until we found a good spot to hide it and there it was: Milfontes Powertrail #7.

By the way, to all you FTF runners:
Don’t bother running there. It’s mine! You had the chance to come with us… I warned you… I warned you…! But did you listen to me? Nooooo… It’s just a harmless little bunny isn’t it? Oh no, wait, no rabbit here, I got carried away… Sorry!

After that it was time to hitchhike and call the Oliveiras for the next adventure at the amazing A Rocha.
I want to thank Bruno for hiking with me. It was a very nice journey:
Thank you very much!

Date of founds: August 24th 2008

Timetable and trades:

#0 Furada do Norte
Out: Dino
In: Belt carried pen

#1 Angra da Barrela
Out: Pin Fanta
In: Celular phone protection

#2 Catorze
Out: Doll
In: Airplane

#3 Burca
Out: Tazzo thing
In: 2 coloured paper clips

#4 Baía do Burdo
Out: Feira Nova magnetic stick
In: Flour

#5 Praia da Angra da Cerva
Out: TB
In: Shrek’s Donkey

#6 Ponta do Landeiro
Out: Torres Novas pin
In: Rugby ball shaped rubber + little spider

Out: -
In: TB

Team Geo-Cricket

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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