The last of 10 Pembrokeshire caches, and quite a lovely one to end on. The weather was wet and windy at the coast, and the grey waves crashed up the sea wall at Amroth; but all was much calmer in the woods up the hill. The path was a pleasure to walk along, with the radiant green trees sheltering us from the worst of the weather.
We knew that GPS reception would be patchy at best under the trees, so, with 150 metres to go, Simon started counting his steps to gauge the distance to the cache location. 64 + 32 = 96 paces -- spot on!
The cache contents were in good condition, but the lid of the cache has had holes nibbled through its corners.
Took Jack Hughes TB (corduroy doggie); left new batteries for a GPSr.
Thanks for a really nice final cache.