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Saturday, March 24, 2007Southern England, United Kingdom

Our 2000th cache!!!

19 of 27 on day 2 of our trip to Oxfordshire.

What can I say about this one other than "pure evil"!

We've done two other caches with a similar idea to this but this one had many more twists to it which made it all the more fun - a great idea, very well executed Roy .

We arrived at the cache site a little weary from all the caches we've been doing over the last few days but very eager to make our 2000th cache one to remember.

As we approached ground zero we spotted a cacher by the co-ords - nice to meet you Ashaaria! After a few moments someone else came round the corner shouting "What are you all doing tresspassing on my land" - good to meet you Jollyjax - you gave us a fright for a moment there .

We then set about a team effort on the cache - we definitely needed the combined efforts of us all as this cache is as tricky as a very tricky thing from Tricksville.

We're the ones who had a slight mis-hap when getting further supplies. We tried various methods to retrieve it but to no avail. JJ mentioned that Messe lives nearby and had waders so could easily get it back so once we were happy it was not going to float away we left it reluctantly. Not sure we deserve to be called "drongos" for it though (whatever that means) as it was a genuine mistake, but nevermind.

After a good bit of ferreting, we then soon had the cache in hand and the log signed on behalf of the combined team. We walked back to the car having a nice chat about caching and swapped TB's.

Thanks for a very memorable 2000th cache Roy - highly recommended!

We're hoping we now have a new UK record for the quickest 0-2000 and quickest 2000 caches at 511 days .

edited to add a certain thing...

[This entry was edited by The Bolas Heathens on Monday, March 26, 2007 at 8:29:43 AM.]

Our 2000th find!!!

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Our 2000th find!!! Our 2000th find!!!

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infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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