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Found it colincactus found Postcard Puzzle #1

Tuesday, August 11, 2015Southern England, United Kingdom

Joint {*FTF*} with Bobcat and PetersfieldPoodlePosse at 8:45pm

I had turned on my PC after my dinner in order to finish off logging yesterdays finds. A notification of a new puzzle arrived in my inbox. Just ten minutes since publication I noticed. I gave it the one over and immediately recognised something. Then off to Google maps ... so if that is that ... then this must be THERE. Yes it had to be.

Its a half hour drive from home to Petersfield, and its been months since we've gone on an FTF chase, but Bobcat was up for it. We aren't as slick as we used to be though. First I had to print off the cache page and the map. Then just as we were about to set off we realised it was getting dark, and it definitely would be by the time we arrived back. So we had to put the chickens to bed first...and then the guinea of which was hiding ... so we had to take the run apart to find him. And finally after ten minutes we were off.

By the time we arrived I was convinced that we would be beaten. We gathered the information and drove off to the co-ordinates. We needed to go off to turn round and noticed a suspicious looking person just crossing the bridge. He was clutching a piece of paper just as we had been. A cacher? Yes - as we passed him we saw that he was looking at the small plaque.

We parked up but had only had time for a few seconds of searching before a dog walking muggle appeared behind us, and then the other cacher (PetersfieldPoodlePosse) arrived. I spotted the cache and we signed the log. OK I was first to sign it, but I really can't claim this as anything other than a joint FTF (so please edit your log PPP).

An interesting puzzle - I'm looking forward to the next in the series. Thanks for the opportunity to be back FTFing again.

#2354 TFTC (+fave point)

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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