How Geocaching Works
Use of geocaching.com services is subject to the terms and conditions in our disclaimer
I was happy to achieve my 950th cache with one in remembrance of ogremlin. On one occasion I was even able to give him some advice about solving a local cache! It started me thinking about how to complete my series for those who were struggling with an alphanumeric challenge of cache names. We recently had a sermon at church based on “If only” during which we were exhorted to do it now before it’s too late!
I looked at my statistics for the 950 and realised that of the top five in the league of names-of-setters-of-caches-found I had three locals and another whom I’d met.
Position Name Caches I’ve found
1st Chuffbert 30+
2nd Team-SK 30+
3rd airhorns 20+
4th LEGEND 20+
5th Stormydown 20+
What better way to celebrate this than to dedicate a cache to each of them? I intend these caches to be reasonably easy to find despite the fact that each of the above has from time to time given me headaches of considerable proportions.
This group is along a walk about 1 mile long, which means retracing your steps or coming back through the town Most (but not all in sequence) is just about passable in a wheelchair but grabbing the caches would need assistance. As ever the chances of being observed are high.
Part of the walk is along the edge of a quay. Please be very careful especially if children are with you.
It would NOT be sensible to go along here in the dark.
Please bring your own pen
I have enjoyed part of LEGEND's Wyre Way walk and think it is a pity that the path is not continuous along both sides of the river. From here you can look at the ferry boat which when running will take you to another section of the walk. Look out also for the happy eaters in the cafe behind you! They have little better to do than stare and wonder what you are up to!
Haqrearngu naq arkg gb ybat obyg raq gb gur evtug bs gur guveq hcevtug sebz gur jngre - qrcraqvat bs pbhefr ba jung lbh ner pbhagvat!