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Buttermans Bay View

A cache by Flower Fairy Folk Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/04/2005
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3 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is located on a public footpath and is accesible from either direction. Suitable parking is at either the Nacton Shores Car Park or at The Ship Inn in Levington. This cache is great fun for dogs and has no styles or gates enroute.

This cache is situated with a spectacular view of part of the River Orwell called Buttermans Bay. Where in the 18th Century trading ships would anchor to load and off load their cargoes. It is a realy peaceful spot, no traffic noise can be heard, but you may well see modern day ships on their way up the Orwell to Ipswich Docks.
The well known Pin Mill Barge Match takes place towards the end of June within view of the cache.
Sit a while and enjoy the view of waders on the shore line, such as Curlew, Redshank, Bar tailed Godwitt, Heron and Oyster catchers to name but a few. Don't forget your Binoculars.
We hope you enjoy finding our cache from The Lavender Fairy and The Beechnut Fairy

WELL DONE to TIDDLES who was the FTF on Nov 5th 2005
& CONGRATULATIONS to YELLOW MOCCASIN who was the 100th geo cacher to find this cache

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