The above co-ordinates are the suggested parking place and the start point. You will need to read the Historic Village board here to obtain info to complete the first set of co-ordinates for the virtual cache. Further info obtained en route will lead you on a circular walk which will take about an hour and a half.
On the notice board is a picture: Yew Tree Inn, Barfrestone c. ABC0 (now a private residence)
How many adult males in the picture? = D
Virtual cache at N51 12.CDA E001 14.CBC
Is that yew, above John & Jane Larkins? What is hanging here? (e-mail answer to confirm)
What year did John Larkins die? GHIJ
Go back to the road and continue up the hill to N51 12.JG2 E001 14.GI(I+J)
What number cycle route are you on? KL
Head down the footpath and into the woods to N51 12.(L-K)44 E001 14.0(K+L)3
How many overhead wires are there here? M
Continue down the path a short way and take the path to the right. There is dense cover here so you may lose signal - just keep going along the path - the signal will re-appear soon.
N51 12.(2xM)84 E001 14.M04 is a micro cache containing the final clues for the final cache co-ordinates.
The final co-ordinates are N51 12.4XZ E001 14.4Y1
When placed, the cache contained:
Logbook and pen Geometry set Legends CD Postcard of Statue of Liberty Stevie Ray Vaughan Cassette "Car Buyer" badge Chicken cycle reflector Indonesian Bank note George V halfpenny