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Another in my series of caches in Leatherhead. Each cache requires a different set of caching skills. Those skills (or lack of them) are indicated by the person named in the title.
The coordinates are for the River Mole in this pretty area.
To complete this cache you will now need to solve a puzzle rather complete the original multi.
The background image on the cache page depicts a scene from a film. Identify the film using all the info given on the cache page. The film has a two word title. A= number of letters in first word; B=number of letters in the second word.
If you read the IMDB website synopsis of this film you will appreciate its relevance to the cache. When the two characters (depicted in the background image) first meet, the man is attempting a skill which would be useful for this cache. The man is a real historical figure who created a famous sketch book in which he showed how someone practising this skill might look. The book has a two-word title. C= number of letters in first word; D=number of letters in the second word.
What year (approximately) does the relevant sketch date from? Answer: 1EFG
The cache is at
N 51 1(F-1).B(A+E)7 W 000 1(E+B).(D-1)(G+1)6
Take care when completing this cache. As indicated by the terrain rating, retrieving this cache is something of a challenge. The nature of the challenge will be obvious. No climbing or particular physical strength is required. However, please cache safely and within your own personal limits.
There are a lot of nettles near the cache so you will need to wear clothes (i.e. long trousers and sleeves) that thoroughly protect your arms and legs.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum