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Simply Paul: ...Bad news: It often ends up on the floor, inside a tree with a dusty interior, which is a habitat the NT have asked the Geolympix team to avoid. So, logically this has to go as it'll be back on the floor in no time, no doubt. Sorry to those who DNF'd this and thanks to everyone who came hunting - finders and not. Without you, I'm a weirdo hiding stuff in the woods [:)]

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CR06-Miss Leeds. Geolympix Cyclerama II:06

Hidden : 02/29/2016
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Set with help from The National Trust along the Chilterns Cycle and Icknield Ways through the Ashridge Estate, running north/south between parking for Ivinghoe Beacon and passing Aldbury in Bucks, this series of caches, mostly along surfaced paths, are a part of the 2016 Geolympix Legacy.

Gather a letter and a number from this cache to find the Terry Bull-Punnz SERIES BONUS cache.

To find this cache: Start at the above co-ords, where you'll find something unusual. In the format DD/MM this date becomes AB/CD. Now head to:
N51° 49.((((((((A+C)x(CxD))x(B-D))xB)+D)xA)+B)xA)

W000° 35.(((((BxB)x(B-A))+C)xA)xB)

for the cache itself. This is best done when heading south, towards Ashridge's cafe, shop etc. Perhaps with a pen and paper? You'll need to leave the track by several metres/yards. Good luck!

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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