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Found it colincactus found Sophie's Geocaching Challenge

Thursday, August 6, 2015South West England, United Kingdom

Since the day Sophie was born I qualify on five lines (T1.0, T1.5, T2.0, T2.5 and T3.5). Here are my qualifying caches for T1.5:

D=1.0 GC26KKF BBC20 (Letterbox - Offset Cache) (found 6 Apr 2012)
D=1.5 GC1PDD0 Farnham Ramble Rally #18 – John Steinbeck (found 30 Oct 2011)
D=2.0 GC3AVN0 How to recognise different trees from ... (found 15 Jan 2012)
D=2.5 GC332V6 No! No! (found 30 Aug 2011)
D=3.0 GC2Y81X Composing by Numbers #4 - Jargon Generator (found 15 Jun 2011)
D=3.5 GC39BY2 Men of Silver (found 24 Dec 2011)
D=4.0 GC2V5W2 The Grand Old Duke of York (found 7 May 2011)
D=4.5 GC2J648 East Cage (found 11 Jun 2011)
D=5.0 GC38FJ2 Wizardario's Challenge #3 Alphanumeric Cache Name (found 6 May 2012)

More details here.

We tried to find the cache a few months back. We spent ages searching or at least it seemed like it - we found something that fitted the hint but no cache. When I got back home I found that somebody had moved it to a very different place a few days before. Ahhhh why didn't I think of reading the logs before.

We were heading down to Bristol today to see the Balloon Fiesta, so I made sure not make the same mistake again. Lucky I did too since the cache has now been moved back to the correct hiding place - and I knew exactly where it was since we'd found the golf ball there too.

So it was a quick find this time after a nice walk in the woods.

#2327 TFTC

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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