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Woody Walk: My 1000th Cache Find Cache
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I've placed this cache to commemorate my 1000th cache find.
I have been caching since March 2010 and have just found my 1000th cache! I am now 6 years old and love caching with my Mummy, Daddy and Brother (aka The QCs).
This is one of 5 caches placed in the woods near Wickham. This cache has lots of swaps in it! All the caches are very close together so you don't have to walk too far!
There are 5 caches in total with one being a fun hide that hopefully will provide a bit more entertainment.
I really like these woods, I can find lots of leaves and sticks to play with. It is easy for my brother to get pushed in his pushchair through here, though he has a big 3 wheeler.
There might be some nettles nearby, I didn't get stung when I placed the cache but you might as the nettles grow!
If you like to go trig surfing, then you can as there is a trig point in the woods!
There is one puzzle challenge cache in the woods that my Mummy set. You have to cache for 100 days non stop to be able to log it. You can visit it though if you want.
I've put some parking waypoints for you, it is easy to park near these woods.
Please replace this cache carefully, you might need a grown up to help you get it from it's hidey hole.
Va gur uhtr ubyr va gur gerr
Last Updated: on 12/22/2017 2:03:28 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:03 PM GMT)
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