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I have set this series in memory of my playground forest before it all disappears [:(] I spent many a weekend here as a lad including keeping watch over 2 badger sets that sadly would now have been destroyed with the deforestation.
The above co-ords will take you to the first stage, I suggest you head down the left hand side of the (brick built) local scout hut and head under the power lines where you should find a small path leading into the woods, continue in a straight line until you cross over a bank... then make a bee-line for the first stage.
(I have added co-ords for parking, however it may be advisable to park along Stibbs Way - which has a good few places )
Please note the Terrain for this multi, you will be required to climb 5 trees (unless you pick the wrong ones – in which case it will be more )
You WILL need climbing equipment as the stages (location of) vary in height for each tree, you will be looking for small tubes with Coordinates in each, leading to the next tree to climb.
The FINAL cache contains just a log, so please BRING A PEN!!
Please use common sense – if you feel unable then DON’T DO IT !!!!
You are responsible for your own actions, I accept NO Liability for ANY form of eventuality.
To recognise the difficulty with this cache, I am including the following (when they finally arrive) :
First to find – Will receive 2 TBs and a Multi Cache Geocoin
Second to find – Will receive 2 TBs
Third to find - will receive 1 TB
(I will send the above on to the "brave" ones, via post or will leave at agreed co-ords whichever is easier)
All other cachers after that will have the pleasure in stating they completed the only D5/T5 within a 20 mile radius (at time of placement)
****Please can I ask that you log a find only if you reach and sign the logbook****
If you stayed on the ground and gave support please be honest and write a note... Pictures would be great though
Finally I have added pictures of each of the trees as the GPS can bounce around due to the tree cover... just email if you need further help and I'll try to reply quickly.
Stay safe and happy caching.
1/ gnxr gur yrsg sbex naq hc lbh tb!
2/ abg gb uvtu naq nebhaq gur onpx!
3/ nabgure 10sg nobir gur oebxra yvzo
4/ xrrc pyvzovat....xrrc pyvzovat.....xrrc pyvzovat!
5/ fubhyq frr gur pnpur sebz gur tebhaq!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum