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THE BRAMBLERS: Regrettably this cache has gone missing. Was our first cache we put out and has been there for over seven years so it's had a good run!


Riverside Ramble, Hampshire

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Hidden : 2/25/2003
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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PARKING N51 05.260 W001 15.451This is a picturesque walk, mostly flat and only slightly muddy in one or two places.To arrive at the parking for this location you would be best to approach through the village of Easton. There is enough parking for one or two cars at N51 05.260, W001 15.451, by a small footbridge. Alternatively, you could park a little further along the road at Avington Park, maybe have a picnic and take in the views of Avington House and Lake where Nell Gwynn once stayed with Charles II. Then you could walk back along the road to the footbridge and then on to the cache.The cache is a medium sized ammo box.

While placing the cache we spotted Heron, Little Egret and Canada Geese.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pyhr sbe zvpeb - Orgjrra gur zvqqyr gjb gehaxf bs n pyhzc bs sbhe gerrf.
Svany - Oruvaq n fznyy vil pbirerq gerr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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