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This cache has been archived.

nobby.nobbs: well i was never really happy with the new spot so what with all the problems i think it's time to archive and have a think.

several others in the pipeline. thanks for all the lovely logs. hope you all enjoyed it.


how many bridges (fordingbridge)

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Hidden : 4/26/2004
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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there are several kissing gates and stiles to get over and can be muddy after rain. apart from that fairly flat.

park in the centre of town and walk towards the church and join the avon valley path. the cache takes you off the valley path and will bring you in a loop back over the river to the town again or you can just retrace your steps.when you get back to town there is a lovely riverside childrens park to have a picnic in or several pubs and cafes to have a rest in.i often take my 5 year old daughter on this walk and amuse her by counting the number of bridges we cross or number of birds we see etc.should take about one hour slow walk to do the circuit.
the cache container is a small tupperware container.

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