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Shingle street in Style

A cache by Jackrabbit8u Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/04/2009
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

YOU CAN PARK AT N.52.02.582/E001.27.103 ON A CONCRETE TRACK NEXT TO THE FOOTPATH.NOT SUITABLE FOR PUSHCHAIRS OR WHEELCHAIRS.CAN GET OVERGROWN AND MUDDY AFTER RAIN.

SHINGLE STREET HAS A SECRET HISTORY OF AN INVASION ATTEMPT BY GERMANY IN AUGUST 1940 THERE IS AN INFORMATION SHEET ABOUT THIS IN THE CACHE, THIS MAKES IT A VERY INTERESTING AREA FOR BOTH THE HISTORY AND THE LOCAL WILDLIFE. THE CACHE IS 1.2 MILES FROM THE PARKING SITE AND ONCE YOU LOCATE THE CACHE IF YOU WALK TOWARDS THE MARTELO TOWER AND HOUSES YOU CAN RETURN TO YOU CAR USING THE ROAD TO MAKE A CIRCULAR WALK.

THIS IS A TWO PART CACHE, YOUR LOOKING FOR A MEDIUM SIZE LUNCH BOX TYPE CONTAINER BIG ENOUGH FOR MOST T/Bs AND GOODIES.

THE FIRST LOCATION CAN BE FOUND AT N52.02.458/E001.26.717

USING THE FOLLOWING CLUES TO COMPLETE THE CO-ORDINATES FOR THE CACHE N52.01.77A / E001.26.62B

A = THE NUMBER OF WOODEN FENCE POSTS FOR THE SAFETY RAIL MINUS 2

B = THE LAST NUMBER OF THE "TM" NUMBER ATTACHED TO THE SAFETY RAIL MINUS 2

THIS WILL COMPLETE THE CO-ORDINATES TO THE CACHE, GOOD HUNTING AND ENJOY THE WALK

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