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Found it BaSHful found Ye Ole Survey Monuments- Porthcurno (Locked)

Monday, 14 July 2014South West England, United Kingdom

YSM159 Parys Mountain
N53 23.325 W004 20.553
D/T 1.0/2.5

Last year I told myself I would take a caching trip up to North Wales. It never happened. So this year I was doubly determined I would make it so. And here I am.

[b]Day 3 - Anglesey[/b]
My abiding memory of today will be the wind! Near gale force on the top of Holyhead mountain but evident pretty much wherever I went. By 4:00pm I had had enough and quit, though that was not so long before the rain rolled in! YOSMs, high terrain caches, earthcaches and Church Micros were all in the plan with good success, except for the CMs - three DNFs out of four attempted!

I had just done the nearby Earthcache so it was a short walk across a rather surreal landscape to get to this one.


GPS and pillar and graffiti

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GPS and pillar and graffiti GPS and pillar and graffiti

GPS and pillar and (ex) windmill GPS and pillar and (ex) windmill

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