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The terrain for mile's around the cache-site pose no difficulty at-all, ideal for family's after the "Initial Climb".
I am sorry that I have not maintained my cache for some time oweing to illness and the sad loss of my dear wife...However I will change the box and add more things to it as soon as I can...Please forgive me for not allowing your good selves to enjoy as much as you should...MY UNRESERVED APOLOGY. UNKY SIR. 20th November 2007.
I suggest you park your car at the picnic site/car park. ST 27731 98034. Elevation: 315m.
Pass the big rocks and follow the Main-Trail. The trail is quite rough (children can easily trip over). Allow about 1 hour for a steady walk along the way, this is allowing for a few short stops (To catch your breath) to the cache site.
Cache Site: ST 26018 97806. Elevation: 471m.
First aid tin: I have put a small first aid kit in the container, should you require it?
An assortment of plasters.
(1) Triangular bandage.
(1) Bandage with dressing.
(1) Burn/Wound lint pad.
(1) Cotton gauze.
(5) Cleansing tissue's.
(2) Pencils. (Plus sharpener)
The Treasure: (As of 15th July 2003)
(1) Electronic personal organizer.
(1 x 12) Box of graphite pencils.
(1) Norfolk Broad Scenes, Tea Towel.
(2) Packs of playing cards, in wallet.
"All sealed individually".
(3) Map print-out's...Should you require one.
About 10" x 6" x 5".
"THANK YOU FOR CALLING AT MY CACHE"
[The cache will be found under the taller group of lady's]
Svaq n jryy xabja cbvag!
Qverpgvba: 120 qrterrf (Z)
Qvfgnapr: Nobhg 20 - 25 lneqf.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum