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Sneaky - The Box II

A cache by mad.bird Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/11/2008
Difficulty:
4.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:


This is a tough Geocache hide in a sneaky sort of way!

This is meant to be challenging, do not expect to find it straight away!

I’ve tried to raise the cleverness of this hide. I believe I have done it this time. NO PUZZLES and NO CODES TO BREAK, just a good hide! How many ways can you hide an ammo box? Well I'll show you! The cache may be found by some of you quite easily, but others may find it somewhat of a challenge. That is why the difficulty rating is as such.

Parking is at the end of the bridleway N52 33.445 W000 27.853.
The cache is close to the disused railway line that went from Peterborough through Harringworth and on to Market Harborough, the bridleway takes you over the old trackbed via a wonderful little bridge that was built in the days when there seemed to be some pride in the appearance of construction.

* This cache is an Ammo box that has trade items and a log book.
* Log your DO NOT FINDS and maybe after a couple I'll shove a small hint your way.
* Please no spoilers, everyone should have an equal hunt.

This cache is sneaky!!

Please note
RE-HIDE THE CACHE AS FOUND
This is a sneakily hidden cache that should always be re-placed where it came from, where I originally hid it. The outer container is not the best for keeping out the moisture so please replace it upright, that will help keep the dampness out.
Failing to respect this will spoil it for others that come after you.

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