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I have always enjoyed reading. I got into bookcrossing when I found a book inside a telephone box in the Octagon in Dunedin. Ever since then I have always registered my books, and tend to pass them on if im not reading them as I think it is better if they
are being read. I like the idea that people who havent had access to books can stumble across them and read the book for free. I dont mind if people decide they want to keep my books as long as they make a journal entry saying where the book has gone.
I have a geocache in Picton which is filled with bookcrossing books.
The geocache (filled with bookcrossing books) is hidden at the co-ordinates S 41° 17.056 E 174° 00.658
If you don't have a GPS don't worry! You can still find it. It is located at Shelly Beach in Picton, New Zealand.
It is past the yacht club (the big purple building), past the first bench, and in the second flax bush. Please don't feel
that you have to leave a book if you take one... the books are free for you to take! If you do leave a book however,
I have found that the success rate for getting a journal entry is high when you place it in a geocache. Please be
stealthy when retrieving and placing the container to reduce the risk of it being found and damaged. The container will remain there for good and I will stock it
with new books as needed.If you want to learn more about geocaching you can go to www.geocaching.com
PLEASE NOTE: If there are any items in the lunch box with dog tags on them they are 'travel bugs' which
travel from geocache to geocache. Please only take them if you are a geocacher with the intention to place
it in another cache. Thanks!
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