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Just off the M4 in South Wales, Reasonable Terrain and Low Difficulty
As I am a wheel chair user I have noticed that there are no Caches to suit us, so this should address the balance. It is on the M4 Corridor, If your between Junction 35 and Junction 37, you won't be far off the track. If 2 miles were too close and 4 miles were too far after you drop off to sleep, I think you get my drift ! "Now the Hunt Begins".
Naturally you may be reserved to enter this location. Apparently the Rules say that it's not in a National Park, funnily enough - It's Not !! Luckily !
Swings and Roundabouts are no-where near, but the car fits in beautifully, only a mile from the target ! Bulls charge, but there are no Bulls here !
Wheelchair use is hard enough, let alone fighting through undergrowth - so there is none ! There's always a gateway to Heaven.
This is my first hide, but of course it's difficult to give too much away without spoiling the hunt! I hope you enjoy my cryptic clues.
This Cache was originally adopted from Ken the Cacheman by MollyJak. They wrote: " We would like to thank Ken for asking us to adopt this cache which we were more than happy to do. "
The Cache was maintained by MollyJak for a number of years until today (6th June 2011) whereby they kindly allowed us to Adopt and Maintain the cache. It only seems fitting as Ken The Cacheman is our DAD - So thank you MollyJak for allowing us to take care of this cache and thank you for looking after it for so long !!!!
Or pnershy - ovt fgbarf znl or urnil!!!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum