Teddy Bongler's Underwater Frizbee Collection
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A nice easy cache to complement A. Lurcher's Common Quarry. This will make a longer walk over the common to visit both.
This might be a spoiler, but looking at the logs I have to add it. If you're getting wet feet, you're doing it wrong! No need for soggy shoe leather on this search.
Placed in memory of the numerous frizbees that Ted the longdog has taken in to the two ponds here. As they don't float, he has amassed quite a submarine collection. The last one that went in managed to survive for six months, but others only make a few flights before being submerged. (The record is five losses in one week, including one that was snatched from the air before the end of it's maiden flight and taken directly to a watery grave.)
Not much room for swaps, but when placed the cache contained a new and sealed pad of post-its, a small USB memory key, a USB Bluetooth adaptor (perhaps useful for someone getting in to paperless caching) and a powerball (of course!)
I suggest you park at one of the two gates on Mount Road to get the best walk.
If you see a big ginger lurcher hooning around the fields, it's Ted with either my wife or myself. Say hello!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum