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Pine Path

A cache by The Lonesome Ranger Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/7/2004
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A 500m saunter along a gravel bridle way to a 1.5 litre tuppaware box on the outskirts of Bransgore.

I suggest that you park at N50 45.989 W001 43.327, a lay by on Ringwood Road coming of the A35 at the Cat and Fidle junction. From here enjoy the walk along the country bridleway made from hard packed gravel. For the first part of the walk you will have hedges on either side with large open fields behind them, then you will come to an avenue of huge old pine trees lining the sides of path.
After you have found the cache I suggest that you continue along the path westwards and then turn left at the corner taking you onto Burton or Gus Common, where you can enjoy a pleasant walk if you wish across open land.
Please leave the cache in good order inside, and make sure that it is concealed well. As always any feedback is welcome. Hope you have fun.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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