Introduction: This is my first geocache. The majority of my recent finds have been nano caches, and while they are easy to hide in public places and provide good challenge, they lack the storage space for swappable items (and I love swappables). I also noticed that pretty much all of the caches in the Bridge of Don area are traditional caches, so I decided to create something a little different with this one. This cache will take you into an area I used to play in as a child. It can be popular with children and dog walkers, so stealth might be required.
The second (and final) location is somewhere I only discovered recently, but it's a fantastic place to visit! As you walk through, you are surrounded in tall trees and green bushes (at least in the summer months). There may also be dog walkers here, but the cache is not hidden where they are likely to pass through. I recommend coming here on a sunny day, as it's a beautiful place. If you choose to walk from the first location to the second, there are some nice paths hidden among the houses too, providing a more direct route to the hiding spot!
Transport and Parking: There are no car parks nearby (except private ones), but you should not have too much trouble finding a place to park on the nearby streets. If you prefer public transport, you can take the number 2 or 4 bus to the nearby Jesmond Drive.
Instructions: Make sure to bring your own pen! Look at the provided image below. Notice that it has four rows of images, and three images on each row. For each row, you must identify which of the three photos was taken in the location you are brought to by this geocache. You will never need to walk more than 20 seconds from the initial coordinates to find them. Once you identify the correct images, you can use the numbers to complete the below coordinates for the final stage. A = the correct number on row 1, B = the correct number on row 2, and so on. Good luck and have fun!
N 57 11.AB3 W 002 07.CD2