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A cache by micky n dave Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/21/2011
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2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This is a nice little junction just outside of the little village of Knayton were the road Cleveland rein (north to south) crosses over Moor road (east to west), this is a high agricultural area with many farms around the area and the air at certain times of year can be of a pungent nature, there is even a work shop towards the village which hires out spreaders to help the farmers accomplish this.

Parking is best on the south road towards Upsall ,There is a nice little bench that the co-ords will bring you to, (but not the cache)so you can have a nice sit down to sign the log, although the cache may need your caching skills to find, please be very careful and do not damage the vegetation (you will note the three trees planted by the villagers in 1999) also local village dogs walkers are high on the muggle factor here, the cache can hold all geo swag and trackables & geo coins.

Please replace as found and also please record all DNF’S.

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170 Logged Visits

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