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Did you feel let down by the small size of the Sunday Lunch? Did you wonder what all those numbers were for?
Are you baffled by these questions? Have a look at our Retirement Plan series of caches and then you’ll be able to do this one - THE RETIREMENT BONUS!!
When you are retired, any day is as good as any other, you don’t have to get up in the morning if you don’t want to, you just don’t have to conform any more.
So no specially bought cache container, no nearby food, no water feature, just a cache.
Just one problem – you don’t know where it is. The above co-ordinates aren’t it, they just give the general idea. The actual co-ordinates are gathered from the Retirement Plan numbers, and are as follows: N52 47.Sunday Friday Thursday W001 58.Tuesday Saturday Monday
The cache container is a small plastic ex-Parmesan cheese tub containing the usual assortment of goodies, plus logbook, pen, pencil and sharpener and a distinct smell of Parmesan cheese. NOT ANY MORE - IT IS NOW A SMALL LOCK-LID PLASTIC BOX. OBVIOUSLY THEY RELY ON PARMESAN CHEESE NOT BEING HYGROSCOPIC! It is wrapped in a green plastic bag for disguise.
Nf rire, va n gerr.
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