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    I don't know why but first glance at the title of this thread and I thought it read:

    Another genocide victim.





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    Oh John, why is it always about genocide with you

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    Claire there are tons of cycle accessible caches out there. Search around your area for caches with similar names - chances are they are part of a series. Then read the cache notes for details of accessibility.

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    can you use a regular sat-nav type device for caching or does it have to be one specifically for GPS?
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    Sat navs are ok ish but one you get started you will need one of the hand held jobbies - the main issue was the batetry life on my tomtom

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