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A seriously nasty little cache with a lovely view.
The original cache got wiped out in a landslide, so here's the slightly modified new version in a nearby location to the first.
This one is best approached by walking or driving up to the nearby Coastguard Station and making your way to the cliff edge. Well... it's not much of a cliff, but it's higher than the shore below it! Watch your footing on the sea-defenses and the cliff edge. It's not altogether stable. There's some nice walking to be had on the shore, despite the rather ugly industrial stuff going on behind you.
You're looking for a plastic clip container. It's big enough to stick some trackables inside if you fancy. Be warned, this one will keep you guessing for a while. It's nasty.
Please do not remove any items etc from the container until you've signed the log.
"Off the path and close to the edge
Are some rocks, some bricks and a concrete ledge
The plastic box, that thing you crave,
is lurking in the back of the cave"
Orubyq gur nepu-rapunagref jnaq!
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:47:59 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:47 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum