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PC-007 Dog Gone Agility

A cache by Malpas Wanderer Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/19/2009
1 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Part of a leisurly walk around the paths, quiet roads and one fast and dangerous road, near Preston Crowmarsh.

Having said one road is fast and dangerous there are proper crossing points and paths, use the "green cross code" and you should be fine.

My walk took 90 minutes to set the seven on this circuit (with spurs).

Several of the caches are set high so if you are vertically challenged, bring a taller friend.

No Hints unless many struggle, please bring your own pen.

The Circuit.

-001 Costly Culvert.

Cache located near to a failed culvert on Benson Lane, this is the cache which may give the most problems to find as reception was not too good, but we all like a challenge don't we. Stealth may be needed in the coming months when reinstatement of the culvert begins.

-002 Veiled.

The hint is in the name the container 35mm.

-003 You Can Do It.

The hint is in the name, clip lock container.

-004 Not Quite the Thames Path.

I larged it up on this one, take great care if you walk to the end! Please apply some stealth too.

-005 Goat Pasture.

Overlooking the goat pasture which you will have walked through if you take the route I did, some novel gated stiles here. Cache is a 35mm.

-006 Up the Garden Path.

I'm sure you will work it out and its a bigger one again too.

-007 Dog Gone Agility.

My favourite hide I hope you like it, its quite a small one.

Hope you enjoy my little walk and remember PLEASE TAKE CARE AT THE BUSY ROAD.

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