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A simple multi-cache which is especially suitable for children. Placed with the kind permission of the Kent Wildlife Trust.
This cache is one of the "Blog Standard" series, each containing a clue to the location of a bonus cache. The clue in this cache can be found on the front of the log book, so make a note of it if you intend to try the rest of the series! The cache is a small black ammo box.
Tyland Barn is free to enter, has plenty of parking and is open 10am - 5pm weekdays, 11am - 4pm weekends. While you’re here, why not take a stroll around the rest of the nature park and the see the displays in the barn. Plenty to occupy the kids here!
The final cache is located at N51°18.AB1 E0°30.XY1. Replace A, B, X and Y with the numbers found at the co-ordinates below.
Clue 1 - N51°18.355 E0°30.791
How many animals pictures are on this board (not including the butterfly in the Kent Wildlife Trust logo)? Add the two digits together to give X.
Clue 2 - N51°18.363 E0°30.822
What length do stag beetles get to (in mm)? Take 31 away from this figure to give AB.
Clue 3 - N51°18.366 E0°30.768
How many trees and shrubs are mentioned on this board in the bottom right-hand box? Subtract 4 from this figure to give Y.
The Blog Standard series of caches are placed by contributors to the SimonG blogring and chatroom, and each contain a clue to the final cache.
The other caches in the series are:
Blog Standard: PanoramaGCNHKY - Banbury, Oxford
Blog Standard: Stop That Pigeon! GCW2BD - Dudley, West Midlands
Blog Standard: The Blogger's Bog GCNDXB - Southampton
Blog Standard - She Went of Her Own Accord GC16894 - near Nottingham
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