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A cache placed on the Wayfarers Walk to celebrate the Golden Wedding Anniversary of my parents.
The Wayfarer's Walk
Start - Inkpen Beacon - Burghclere - North Oakley - Deane - Dummer - Brown Candover - New Alresford - Cheriton - Droxford - Hambledon - Denmead - Bedhampton - Emsworth - End The Wayfarers Walk extends 70 miles between the coast near Portsmouth and Inkpen Beacon just across the Berkshire border. It connects with other long distance paths at Emsworth (the Sussex Border Path), at Bedhampton (the Solent Way) and at Inkpen Beacon (the Test Way). Linking with the Wayfarers Walk are six circular walks each consisting of a network of paths of varying distances. Near the villages of Burghclere and Kingsclere the Wayfarer's Walk traverses Watership Down, the setting for Richard Adams' best-selling book of the same name about a community of rabbits. The author still lives nearby.
The Wayfarers Walk follows some of the old tracks used by shepherds driving their animals to sheep fairs in Farnham and New Alresford. But today "corn and cows" aptly describes farming in Hampshire, half of the agricultural land growing cereals and half growing grass eaten mainly by dairy cows.
You are looking for a Lock'n'Lock box which is well hidden, which is a suitable size for most trackable's.
There ia a gold medal for the FTF! Congratulations to Babsbaby for another first to find and collecting her medal.
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