This cache is located in the Fillongley area. To find it you will need to solve the meaning of the enigmatic little story below. It is a tricky one, so you may have to phone a friend or two! The provided co ordinates are for convenient parking and not the cache location. Also note that the photograph does not depict the actual oak. The route to the cache is likely to be quite muddy following rain.
We got the third one from Basildon, then off to Exeter for the fourth . Back up to Macclesfield for the first , or we could have gone to Rotherham. We fancied a long trip so off we went to Shetland for the fifth , then all the way back to Salisbury for the second .
Feeling quite worn out, we then had to trek to Langholm for the sixth, then off at a pace to Stonehaven for yet another third. The wizard suggested going off to Lea Valley where we could have had a third or a fourth , and needed another third so caught the ferry to the Isle of Man . Our final journey took us right up to Ripon for a fourth. Phew!
The cache itself is a 0.4 litre screw topped container. Inside is the usual assortment of goodies, including the wykenwizard trademark Sir Galahad of Warwick non trackable coin which the first to find may wish to keep as a souvenir. As the cache name suggests, you will have to poke around the oak to find the cache.