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gefunden Der Cache ist in gutem oder akzeptablem Zustand. 27. Februar 2016 cezanne hat den Geocache gefunden

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When AnnaMoritz suggested this cache, I first was a bit sceptic due to the T=3.5* rating, but after having read a few logs, it seemed to me that this is an atypical T=3.5* gavriel cache. The drive was long but the nice walk in an area where I have never been before made the invested time worth to be spent (and in addition it was not me who had to do the driving [;)].

We parked at the suggested coordinates and started off for the walk. The cemetery is surprisingly large. Stage 1 came as a suprise to me but answering the question was not difficult. When we started our walk the ground was still a bit frozen which speeded up our progress for sure. While I did the calculations manually, AnnaMoritz used her Excel sheet which allowed me to refrain from double-checking my calculations.

The description at Stage 2 had made me expect something else than what we encountered there but in any case again the question was quickly answered and so we could head for Stage 3 which was not very spectacular. Along the way we encountered nice patters in puddles. The area around Stage 4 is very interesting. At first we ended up too low, but soon thereafter we found the right object.

AnnaMoritz chose a good route to Stage 5. We answered the question by the approach "remove which answers do not fit at all and take what remains". We had a short break near Stage 6 which is a nice place to have a rest.

We decided against a trackless approach and took the longer approach to the next stage which involved a detour. Without the provided options at Stage 7 I might have had issues to name the animal but with the options it was not an issue any longer.

The location at Stage 8 is definitely past its peak time. The "pulpit" nearby or rather the area around it impressed me quite a lot.

Having collected all variables, we were able to calculate the coordinates of the final. The result looked promising and AnnaMoritz chose a good and comfortable way to go there. Having arrived in the target area it was AnnaMoritz who spotted the container which is in good condition.

After having found the final we decided to further extend our walk. All together with this extension and some detours to other caches in earlier stages of our walk, we ended up with a walk of around 20km which is an ideal length for me for a weekend walk when the weather is nice and I have enough time. 30km is a bit long for me and tiresome and 10km is a bit short.


When AnnaMoritz suggested this cache, I first was a bit sceptic due to the T=3.5* rating, but after having read a few logs, it seemed to me that this is an atypical T=3.5* gavriel cache. The drive was long but the nice walk in an area where I have never been before made the invested time worth to be spent (and in addition it was not me who had to do the driving [;)].

We parked at the suggested coordinates and started off for the walk. The cemetery is surprisingly large. Stage 1 came as a suprise to me but answering the question was not difficult. When we started our walk the ground was still a bit frozen which speeded up our progress for sure. While I did the calculations manually, AnnaMoritz used her Excel sheet which allowed me to refrain from double-checking my calculations.

The description at Stage 2 had made me expect something else than what we encountered there but in any case again the question was quickly answered and so we could head for Stage 3 which was not very spectacular. Along the way we encountered nice patters in puddles. The area around Stage 4 is very interesting. At first we ended up too low, but soon thereafter we found the right object.

AnnaMoritz chose a good route to Stage 5. We answered the question by the approach "remove which answers do not fit at all and take what remains". We had a short break near Stage 6 which is a nice place to have a rest.

We decided against a trackless approach and took the longer approach to the next stage which involved a detour. Without the provided options at Stage 7 I might have had issues to name the animal but with the options it was not an issue any longer.

The location at Stage 8 is definitely past its peak time. The "pulpit" nearby or rather the area around it impressed me quite a lot.

Having collected all variables, we were able to calculate the coordinates of the final. The result looked promising and AnnaMoritz chose a good and comfortable way to go there. Having arrived in the target area it was AnnaMoritz who spotted the container which is in good condition.

After having found the final we decided to further extend our walk. All together with this extension and some detours to other caches in earlier stages of our walk, we ended up with a walk of around 20km which is an ideal length for me for a weekend walk when the weather is nice and I have enough time. 30km is a bit long for me and tiresome and 10km is a bit short.

gefunden Empfohlen 08. April 2012 temu_dshin hat den Geocache gefunden

Das war seit langer Zeit mal wieder ein Multi-KlassikerEin Klasse Team am Start und so wurde auch ein angenehme Geschwindigkeit gewähltAm Ende waren alles an Proviant aufgebraucht aber wir waren am Ziel!Dank an Klasse Team und Dank an den Owner für die schöne Runde
in: F-Punkt
(5 Sterne bei GCVote)

Dank für's zeigentemu_dshin

gefunden 17. November 2009 Rambler49 hat den Geocache gefunden

Heute nach zweifacher Vorarbeit endlich gefunden. Wir haben die Aufgaben in drei Teilen erledigt. Schöne, wenn auch manchmal anstrengende Wanderungen. Danke an Gavriel !

gefunden 06. Oktober 2006 Johny299 hat den Geocache gefunden

In drei Etappen gemacht. Besonders schön wars bei Stage 6. Danke.

gefunden Empfohlen 11. Juli 2005 Chiroptera hat den Geocache gefunden

Das meiste hat Martin schon erzählt. Zusatz: ich habe auch das wechselnde Geruchserlebnis genossen. Einerseits durch die verschiedenen Bäume, andererseits durch mir unbekannte Einflüsse verursacht. Wahrscheinlich auch durch den Regen verstärkt.
Was die Wege betrifft: die Markierungen sind ziemlich schlecht und ganz klar ist mir immer noch nicht, wie Karte und Realität zusammenstimmen. (Unterhaltung unterwegs beim Blick auf die Karte: "nehmen wir die blaue Markierung" "das ist keine Markierung, das ist ein Bach" "nein, ein markierter Weg" ==> wir wissen bis jetzt nicht genau, wer recht hatte ;-)))
out: nix, denn wir waren zu dritt.
danke für die Tour, chiroptera

gefunden 11. Juli 2005 bevema hat den Geocache gefunden

After being at home much too long (as usual ;), we tried to make a print-out as last step, and my bubblejet ran out of ink, so it took half an hour. We took JOlira with us, zigzagged to the A1 motorway and speeded to St.Pölten. Well, we speeded a bit to much and long (well beyond any limits for ground-bound vehicles on public streets 8)), so we left the motorway at the Schallaburg. The driver-side wiper broke, so I was a bit handicapped from then on. As additional reward we just visited the new Schallaburg cache, but not the exhibition (crazy cachers, as usual). We arrived at the cemetary at 05:26 p.m.. The first stages went well, equipped with 3 GPS's many upcoming ambiguities were solved. The meet-you-stone groups at stage 3 and 4 left us a bit dazzled, but all assumptions proofed correct when we arrived at stage 5. The view was very nice, just the way was very difficult to find, and we had too wade through a flooded hiking path to avoid a detour of an additional kilometer. Stage 5 & 6 were absolved, despite our preachers a rain-front came from the East (why now ? , why we ? , why ?) and soaked us through on our wild descent down to the next stage. The kind/king of animals was identified at stage 7, we just followed the forest road then, despite the GPs's trying to lure us into taking the diretissima. The shelter at stage 8 was very welcomed, we just forgot to bring some raw meat for a BBQ with us, it would've been a brilliant idea  :) . Shortly after greeting the new day and still soaked, we arrived at the ultimate target location, and despite the pitch-dark and misty weather, Jo found the cache almost immediately. From my point of view, 2 minutes searching time !!! Backtracking to our car we arrived there at 01:40 a.m., crawled back through more rain to Vienna (remember, broken wiper), and I touched-down at my bed at 03:15 a.m. .

But still a very nice tour, well-chosen stages, in a nutshell an original gavriel-made cache.

Thx from Martin
Out: pearl-fairy
In: nothing (packed to the limit)

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