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Charlie's World Cup Cache

A cache by sykesfamily Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/05/2006
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Can be approached from Yarnbury or Hebden/Hebden Beck.

This is Charlies first cache. Charlie is 9 years old, a keen footballer and is looking forward to the start of the 2006 World Cup. He's crammed his cache with football goodies, so if you can keep your swaps in the same vein that would be a bonus. The cache is located in what was the heart of the Grassington lead mining and smelting industry - it's a fasinating area with lots of information boards explaining the industry and the ruins that now litter the landscape. Charlie would really appreciate if you could record your visit on so he can track how things are going. He's also included a Travel Bug in the cache and can't wait to see how far it will get.

And there's more .......

If you liked this cache there are many more 'Sykesfamily' caches in similar, awe inspiring locations scattered around the Yorkshire Dales National Park and surrounding valleys. So grab your walking boot, pack your sandwiches, leave your troubles behind and head for the hills .... Enjoy!!

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