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Found it BaSHful found Santa's House

Wednesday, 07 March 2018South East England, United Kingdom

Out and about with my good mate WhiteFriar, though we nearly aborted the day before we started! (See PS.) Two circuits provided the bulk of the caches but we slipped a few extras in that took our fancy.

I've a fondness for Wherigos and as I get a mention it was only a matter of time before I got around to these. The "easy" one first, which was quickly found.


PS. Yesterday morning, when we talked and committed to today's trip the Met Office forecast was pretty good, dry all morning and maybe some light showers in the afternoon. This morning, however, we were not amused to find ourselves driving to Kent in the rain. On arrival at our first prospect it was still raining and we seriously considered turning around and going home. We cranked up the technology and got on to the Met Office web site which is now predicting rain across the region, finally clearing some time after mid-day. Not encouraging! After a bit more procrastination WhiteFriar remarks that it's easing off, though I'm slightly skeptical. However, we get out of the car, do the first two caches and decide it has eased sufficiently to continue, a good decision as the weather improved steadily and the afternoon was excellent.

infoA Wherigo geocache uses your Wherigo cartridge to lead you ultimately to the physical geocache location. The cartridges must reside at If a cartridge is used as a requirement to find a geocache, it is considered a Wherigo cache, regardless of whether it may also have a puzzle or multi-cache component.
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