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Lamb Stew

A cache by The Daniel's Green Wellie Brigade Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 2/12/2002
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

As featured on Carlton Television on 17 June 2002. Park at Museum Car Park then take the Coast Path, then the old railway track. Fairly level to within 50 metres, then very steep path. The cache gets its name from the cliffs overlooking it - Shepherd's Dinner

The original ammo box has been replaced with a tuppaware box and contains the usual log book, pencil, goodies etc. There are many hiding places and it will be difficult to find even with the coded clue. You will need to lift several stones. Trust your GPS; the site has been checked by several different hand sets and its positioning is very accurate, unless, as happens from time to time, it has not been replaced in exactly the same place in which it was found! Although the coordinates for the normal position are absolutely correct, from time to time the cache is replaced a couple of metres to one side. So don't give up looking. As I'm unable to service this cache anymore I would welcome someone taking it on. It would be a shame to close it after 16 years.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Vg vf ng gur sbbg bs n irel ynetr obhyqre, gra gb gjragl zrgerf gb gur fbhgu jrfg bs bar bs gur fgbar uhgf.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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