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Has anyone noticed that Eucaliptus came on.

I've checked my list of last week and there was nothing. Now i see that it was the second cache stashed!! Anyone noticed that?

I'm also glad to see all the new caches !!

Peter,you're really caching South Africa!! icon_smile.gif

 

[This message has been edited by Jakrsa (edited 30 July 2001).]

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Has anyone noticed that Eucaliptus came on.

I've checked my list of last week and there was nothing. Now i see that it was the second cache stashed!! Anyone noticed that?

I'm also glad to see all the new caches !!

Peter,you're really caching South Africa!! icon_smile.gif

 

[This message has been edited by Jakrsa (edited 30 July 2001).]

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Guest Peter Scholtz

quote:
Originally posted by Jakrsa:

Has anyone noticed that Eucaliptus came on.


 

Thanks, I didn't see that one because of the late listing.

 

Eucaliptus

 

We're number 10 in the world out of 60 countries with 23 caches! See Buxley's Statistics.

 

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Peter Scholtz

www.biometrics.co.za

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And more ...

 

Augrabies

The Eye, Kuruman

 

26 caches in South Africa total. It's starting to look busy, see.

 

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Peter Scholtz

www.biometrics.co.za

 

[This message has been edited by Peter Scholtz (edited 08 August 2001).]

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Durban's Botanical View

 

We now have 32 caches in South Africa, number 7 in the world! There's 34 in Southern Africa.

 

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Peter Scholtz

www.biometrics.co.za

 

[This message has been edited by Peter Scholtz (edited 24 August 2001).]

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Degree Confluence S33E22

 

I found Geocache GC1656, Geodash GD3-1104 and Degree Confluence S33E22 on Saturday as part of my "Grand Slam" during a 1000 km round trip. And I hid Geocache GC1A67. All in one day.

 

Ok, they were all relatively easy. The dashpoint was 600 meters off the highway. I only had to cross a railway line and jump a fence to get there. The cache was 50 meters from the road on a mountain pass. The degree confluence point was 200 meters from a dirt road and only required jumping one fence. And I hid the cache at the degree confluence.

 

 

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Peter Scholtz

www.biometrics.co.za

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