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Found it colincactus found #

Tuesday, October 26, 2010Southern England, United Kingdom

{*FTF*} at 12:10

As with the NJTs we didn't receive a notification for this one either. I just happened to be checking the recent caches in the area and there it was. I recognised the name of the setter as I'd collected the four Liphook puzzles over the weekend so I knew it would be fairly close by.

The puzzle itself didn't cause too many problems. I came out with one set of numbers in a couple of minutes but I wasn't convinced by it so rejected it. So I tried something else and Geochecker said yes. Nice puzzle.

I rounded up the kids to see if they wanted to go for it before lunch. Emma was doing homework but The Bobcat said yes so off we set. It was raining on the way there, but it was a pleasant walk to the GZ and an easy find. We were very pleased to see a clean log. We swapped geocoins.

On the way back we had nearly reached our car when we saw the NJTs coming the other way (aha that log might explain the spate of punctures I've suffered over the past year). We had a long and interesting caching chat, it was really good to meet up with you guys again. Apologies for getting a FTF in Toad territory.

#512 TFTC

infoA Mystery Cache is the “catch-all” of cache types, this form of cache can involve complicated puzzles you will first need to solve to determine the coordinates. The only commonality of this cache type is that the coordinates listed are not of the actual cache location but a general reference point, such as a nearby parking location. Due to the increasing creativity of geocaching this becomes the staging ground for new and unique challenges.
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