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Deceangi: As the owner has not logged on to GC since Thursday, March 13, 2008, it would appear that this cache has been abandoned. As such I'm Archiving it.

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Hidden : 4/28/2007
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Short series of caches placed for the 'Meet Me at the Corner - 28th April 2007' event, set along the Ashby de la Zouch canal.

This portion of the canal runs from Moira to Marston Junction and is known as 'Moira Cut', which meanders through gently rolling countryside. Away from motorways and dual carriageways, it even avoids almost every village on the way. Absolutely without slopes, the towpath follows this broad canal for 22 lock free miles along a single contour at 300 feet. Hedges and reed lined banks create a wildlife corridor harbouring many species, eg dragonfly, heron, kingfisher.

This cache is a small, round container and is along a walk of about 1.5 miles ending at Marston Junction

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