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To locate this cache please park at the woodland trust car park, there is a public house called the Hook and Hatchet and just up the road is Hucking Church, go past the church a few hundred metres and you will find the car park.There is another cache not too far away so why not do both,
Tom's Treasure Chest. In days of old when highwaymen roamed the highways and byways of the Kent of yesteryear. They stole jewellery and any silver and gold they could lay their hands on. The valuables were hidden to be collected later. Sometimes they were caught and HANGED and their ill-gotten gains lay hidden for all times. one such treasure chest has come to light and the map of its whereabouts has resurfaced. The coordinates given will lead to this fabulous treasure. Could you please when finding this cache take whatever you wish, but if leaving anything it must be treasure orientated. Metalic objects would be more in keeping with this cache please. You will understand this request when you see the cache...I have cleared some brambles but please be careful as they may grow back, and could you please make sure the cache is well covered. This container has had lots of work put into it and special thanks go to mic of the Mic & Babs Team. Please let me know what you thought of this type of cache and the way it was hidden.
All the best Major Tom & Family
haqrearngu na byq gerr gehax
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum