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mushroom mike: Sorry folks but have to archive this one. The batteries just don't last long enough and it's a long way to go to keep replacing. Many thanks to all who have found it and all the great comments



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Hidden : 1/31/2011
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This is listed as a multi cache but is actually very simple to do. The co-ordinates will take you to a clue box, where you have to follow instructions to lead you a very short way to the final cache box. Please make sure you put the clue box back where you found it after retrieving the main cache.

I have listed 2 parking areas 1 being parking for aprox 2 cars, and 2 being a main car park. From the second the walk is longer but you also pass another of our caches, The Bread Run on your way. The path can get muddy underfoot so suitable footwear is advisable. The walk goes through woodland and along the estuary.
This is the second of 2 caches along a public footpath that is part of The Landsker Borderlands trail, going through Minwear woods. The cache was placed here wtih the kind permission of the Forestry Commission.

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Ubyr va n gerr

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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