MVT Tree Man Letterbox (Stewartby)
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Please return the stamp to the cache as it is NOT FOR SWAP
Set in the beautiful Forest of Marston Vale. The Vale is one of 12 Community Forests in England. Community Forests were set up around towns and cities in the early 1990s, to improve land affected by industrial use in the past. The Forest of Marston Vale covers 61 square miles of Bedfordshire between Ampthill, Milton Keynes and Bedford
For the new cachers amongst us - what to do and expect should you come across a Letterbox Hybrid cache, a different type of geocache that youngsters might enjoy.
You will need an ink pad (with colour of your choice) and a notebook - your own small rubber stamp or paper punch. A tissue and/or wet wipes would be useful to clean the stamp, blot prints dry and wipe wee fingers clean. Some letterbox caches do contain their own Ink stamp, but they have a habit of leaking or drying out.
The cache is hidden at the page coordinates like a traditional cache but will contain its own unique rubber stamp. The idea is to make a print with it into your own notebook and in return (if you have one) leave a print of your own personal stamp in the cache log book for others to see.
Each letterbox cache will have its own signature stamp, it is not a swap item but remains part of the cache - its removal would spoil the game for future collectors.
(No hints available.)