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TLC - Scarle 3
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A 35ml screw lid pot
For full details of the series, see the listing for either 'TLC - Scarle 1' or 'TLC - Scarle Bonus'.
You will need tweezers to remove some of the logs.
The series is suitable for kids as long as they are capable of the hike, you may be able to take buggies round though there are a couple of metal swing gates and stiles that you will need to lift it over and depending on the time of year, there may be ploughed fields to encounter and occasional livestock.
Now to the three series in general.
In ten of the caches leading up to the bonus you will find a letter and number in red and ringed at the top of the log sheet, you will need to take note and match the number up to its matching letter below in order to find the co-ordinates for the bonus:
N53° AB.CDE W000° VW.XYZ
Then when you head to the bonus, remember to look for the random co-ordinates stuck to the inside of the lid (also some in the cache) which you will need to find 'The Lost Cache'.
Along the three series you will be searching for containers of all shapes and sizes along with some new creations and one or two ideas which I have stolen off other cachers.
This North Scarle series is just over 4 miles long.
To do the series I advise parking in the cemetry car park.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:55:15 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:55 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum