Ah what a great puzzle - it must've taken ages to get it all worked out so well done.
I'm the right age to remember games like this, but it did take a while to work out the words to do the various things. That's all part of the fun of course. I showed it to Bobcat and he looked at it a bit askance - sadly games like this don't appeal to the younger generation. We loved the church micro stage - very true to life.
I had the same problem at the end that everybody else has had, but after a word from the CO at the Goose Green flash event I was done.
Out with the whole family this afternoon getting this puzzle and a few nearby church micros. We arrived at the GZ and there were a few possible places to search. It took us a few minutes to find the cache. I'd already had a quick look and declared the hiding place empty, but then I returned a minute later and spotted it. Cunningly hidden.
I passed it to my daughter to open up but she screamed - I hadn't noticed the large spider sat on top. Swapped turtle keyring for poker chip and signed the log. I made sure the cache was safely returned afterwards - the spider will have to find a new home.
#1172 TFTC (plus a fave point of course)