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TP - Nanny Ogg - Witch One??
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The TP (Terry Pratchett) series will go all over this area, which I hope to expand across the many footpaths cris-crossing the levels and Eastbourne.
I have tried to vary the caches so they are not all film pots, made some easy and some hard. Good luck on your travels across Discworld. I have tried to make some relevance with the cache name and the cache itself so a knowledge (google or brain) of TP's work might give you an idea of what you are looking for or where it might be. The Headolgy Challenge : Nanny Ogg has suffered from Broom theft recently and has therefore resulted to parking in trees and has also placed a decoy, your mission is to identify the correct Broomstick and this will have the log book attached, the only way to identify the correct Broomstick is to see it and read the notes left by Nanny on the two broomstick . Please ensure the log container is positioned out of sight once signed, please post pictures but no spoilers as to "Witch" tree.......................................Please Note: 1. This is an extreme cache and as such you should only attempt it if you are confident in your abilities to be able to climb up and reverse climb using ropes and rigs or free climbing.. 2. You undertake this cache entirely at your own risk !! Please check attributes list. 3. Please do not hang on the container when opening. 4. Ensure you assess and branches used for life lines and check for any storm damage before attempting as things change over time. 5. unsigned logs will be deleted.
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