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The Buried GeoCache

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I've twice been to Mt. Canaan here in Zefat, Israel looking for a GeoCache that must be totally buried under fallen pine branches, trees and needles or washed away entirely by the melt after a major snow storm that hit here last December. The place is worth the regular hike anyways and here is some reasons why:

 

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Nice pics, but the thread header isn't so hot.

Caches that have been hit by storm damage have been naturally covered and not the same as a "buried" cache.

- Plenty of pics of those can be found in the General Topics forum...

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I stand corrected; sorry about that. I'm still quite new to the forums and geocaching in general so I was not aware of this. My apologies.

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