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Cindy Dog Rip

A cache by HobGoblin56 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/14/2016
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Parking for a number of cars is available just off Ash Green Lane, a short way up Blackberry lane on the right near Katie Dig Rip. Or 3 spaces on New Road in a layby next to Humpfrey or Dog Haven.

This is a cache placed in memory of the walks with a favourite dog Cindy who has sadly passed away. We had many days and evenngs walking the dog and watching the wildlife and birds along the way when I was a little lad.

You are looking for a micro cache with only space for the log and a pencil, so bring a pencil or pen.

This lane has changed over the years as the area has builtup and the local Home Fire plant shut down, there are many ex-miner houses that are now privatly owned and the depot area is very heavy with traffic. This little lane that links Ash Green Lane and the new? road to the distobution centre is walked by many with their dog and is a lovely tree lined place in the summer evenings.

A previous dog (Katie) used to terrorise the dogs at the house nearby and then turn her back and act like it was not her fault they were barking.

Please place the cache back carefully and good hunting.

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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