Geocaching in Portland

I have been playing Geocaching more than 6 months now.

I hide only 1 item and found couple around in Portland, Oregon and CA.

My new target is to find geocache in Kos and Rhodos island, Greece!

It is quite interesting and engaging game. It teaches you how to find small items in real world.

You can learn about the places and learn how to use GPS coordinations.

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DesignbyNur Geocache:

White Box – clear cap Located: N 45° 30.884 W 122° 40.499

It is below the Hawthorne bridge.
It is located between the roads, not on the road.
Listen to the birds.
A hand to the first to find.

It is in downtown Portland. The leaves of the tree changes every day. You need to walk to find it.
You can not park there.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ybbx hc.

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.

In ( metro area)  Portland there are now hundreds of caches. Geocaching began in the Portland Metro area on May 3, 2000 near the town of Boring.

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