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Haughtons Hounds: Archived as owner no longer lives in the area and nobody willing to adopt


Final Approach Vol.2

A cache by Curly Wurly Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/26/2010
3 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

**Thanks to susannye for doing a spot of maintenance to this cache - much appreciated**. The area is quite busy on weekend days so please be subtle! Although there is room for parking adjacent to the cache, it's not a natural place to stop so you may draw attention to yourself.

This cache is called "Final Approach" because of it's location near to Seighford Glider Airfield - this is an active Glider airfield (grass strip) and is a great location from which to watch the gliders taking off and landing. They do winch launches where the glider is catapulted along from on a steel cable which is released once the glider becomes airborne. The flight time tends to be fairly short resulting in frequent take-off's and landings.

The cache is also adjacent to a rally driver training facility and you can often see (& hear!) them in action.

The cache itself is fairly easy to find so I won't spoil it by giving any clues away. Please remember to put the cache container back as you found it.

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