Mystery (archived?) cache

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Goldenwattle
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Mystery (archived?) cache

Post by Goldenwattle » 05 June 14 1:19 am

I found a cache near the National Museum of Australia in Canberra, hidden on a metal sculpture. I signed the log. It is a magnetic, flat, black key holder, and the only identification is the writing "Canberra is So Boring!" written on the log, plus replaced 14/9/8. There are a list of names, including recent names of people who no doubt stumbled upon it like myself. In fact, the one who I contacted and was polite enough to reply, said just that. There was no GC or GA number.
Does anyone know anything about this, or how I could possibly log my find?

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Re: Mystery (archived?) cache

Post by Goldenwattle » 05 June 14 2:40 am

Ignore this. I just discovered where to find and log it. First log in over 3.5 years. \:D/

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Re: Mystery (archived?) cache

Post by Richary » 05 June 14 10:32 pm

Opencaching?

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Re: Mystery (archived?) cache

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Re: Mystery (archived?) cache

Post by allrounder » 05 June 14 11:17 pm

Yes, SecretSquirrel-BJC archived a bunch of caches without removing the containers...

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Re: Mystery (archived?) cache

Post by Goldenwattle » 06 June 14 12:26 am

I also found a cache on Red Hill a couple of days ago; not published yet.

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