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smerrall
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Post by smerrall » 22 July 06 10:13 pm

Casablanca

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Post by Horus » 22 July 06 10:18 pm

Bugga - too late :(

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Post by Shifter Brains » 22 July 06 10:22 pm

I have also.
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Post by Shifter Brains » 22 July 06 10:23 pm

well done

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Post by GeoScrubers » 23 July 06 9:54 pm

Here's another one <p> Image

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Post by Rabbitto » 25 July 06 12:00 am

Has me stumped but I can't get past the conspicous lack of the compass pointer. Are we facing north here?

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Post by The Garner Family » 25 July 06 9:04 am

Looks like somewhere in Indonesia to me...

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Post by GeoScrubers » 25 July 06 12:26 pm

Facing north and in Australia :D

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Post by Map Monkey » 25 July 06 1:15 pm

I can see 2 caches here...... Most people wouldn't know what the northernmost part of Australia looks like 8)

I'm not sure if you want Cape Yorke, Thursday Island, Friday Island, Wednesday Island, Zuna Island, Prince of Wales Island or Possession Island as the answer :twisted:

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Post by Fletcher Christian » 25 July 06 1:36 pm

Image

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Post by GeoScrubers » 25 July 06 2:30 pm

map monkey wrote:I can see 2 caches here...... Most people wouldn't know what the northernmost part of Australia looks like 8)

I'm not sure if you want Cape Yorke, Thursday Island, Friday Island, Wednesday Island, Zuna Island, Prince of Wales Island or Possession Island as the answer :twisted:

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Will accept any of the above :D , should have known that you would guess it MM.

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If
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nice beach

Post by If » 25 July 06 11:46 pm

Any clues Fletcher ?

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Post by Map Monkey » 26 July 06 12:44 am

Sounds like the swords are ye wielding near Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania on a current tour de swashbuckling :P

Nice to see that it is so called "Pirate Bay" 8)

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Post by Snuva » 26 July 06 9:27 am

map monkey wrote: Nice to see that it is so called "Pirate Bay"
I second the motion for 'Pirates Bay' (and have 4 caches that would be in that image - really need to get around to listing that 4th one!). Any confirmation Capt'n Pantaloons?

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Post by Fletcher Christian » 26 July 06 3:42 pm

map monkey wrote:Sounds like the swords are ye wielding near Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania on a current tour de swashbuckling :P

Nice to see that it is so called "Pirate Bay" 8)

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AYE!!<P>Image

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