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by Aushiker
(Finds: 1  Score: 3)    (Hidden: 18  Score: 63.5)

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Coordinates (WGS-84 datum)
S 32° 03.150'   E 115° 45.414'

Fremantle,   Western Australia   
Australia    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 30 Oct 2004
Waypoint (Landmark): N01A77
Open Cache:  Unrestricted
Cache type:  Virtual
Cache size:   Virtual

Difficulty: gps (easy)
Terrain: gps (easy)

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Significant point in the locality. Need to use the wider ground zero area to answer the questions. Please email your answers to the questions, before logging your find. Correct answers are required to succesfully log. Thanks.

The purpose of this virtual cache is to highlight one of the best viewing points in the locality and to take a moment to remeber. While great views can be had throughout the day, this place is magic for sunsets and night viewing.

To make this a bit harder to log, please complete the following tasks:

(a) Upload a photo with the GPS in it of one aspect of ground zero, but please try not to give it all away. The digitally challenged need only answer the questions.

(b) Email the answers to the following questions to myself [please do not put them in your log]. Please wait for my confirmation of your answers, before logging:

(i) The British East Indies fleet comprised "nnn" vessels of the sea;

(ii) Eternal patrols continue for "nn" World War II US submarines;

(iii) RAN Helicopter flight was part of which war?

(iv) At the locality there is a memorial to a European navy. The navy is known as .... Marine?

(v) During the second half of the 19th century the hill was a significant navigational landmark. During this time it was known as ....?

Remember, some wider scouting maybe required. Enjoy the moment, enjoy the views, enjoy the sunsets ...

If you wish to make any comments please post a log or email me. Please no hints or multiple logs, but please do leave a photo or two. Phone a friend is allowed, but hopefully not required.

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