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Found it The Bolas Heathens found Eagley Brook View

Saturday, July 25, 2009North West England, United Kingdom

FTF

I can't believe this one has gone unfound (without even a DNF log) for [b]3 and a half months[/b]. It's not as if it's in an area with not many active cachers either! What's up with all the locals!

We'd missed doing this a few weeks ago when we were passing through the area and had been watching as week by week went by and still no-one had logged it. It was not quite in the area we were caching in today, but we could not resist a small diversion to come and look for it on the way home.

We parked by the garden centre on Darwen Road and walked down the PF into the lovely dingle by the stream. What a great area to put a cache.

As we neared GZ, we realised the cache was some way up the bank so gingerly made our way up as it's a bit slippy at the moment, with all the recent rain. Isaac did the last bit on his own with me providing backup support from just below him.

He found the cache in the second place he looked and on opening the logbook, we were delighted to find we were indeed FTF.

On the way back to the Jeep, we were discussing what our favourite cache of the day was. This one wins - great location, nice hide with a challenge to get to it and the added bonus of a FTF.

Thanks for a lovely cache Dave. Hope the wait for FTF has not put you off hiding more caches as we'll definitely come and look for any you put out.

[b][size=6][blue]TFTC![/blue]
[green][i]The Bolas Heathens[/i][/green][/size][/b]

On the way to the cache

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On the way to the cache On the way to the cache

Isaac with the brook in the background Isaac with the brook in the background

View of the brook View of the brook

Isaac with the cache Isaac with the cache

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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