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Found it Dan Q found Take a break!!

Sunday, 01 September 2019West Midlands, United Kingdom

The battery indicator on the eV I'm renting wasn't confident that I'd make it all the way back home without a top-up, so I stopped for a 45 minute charge and a drink - the former for the car, the latter for me - at the services (pic attached of me at the chargers: this is nowhere near the GZ!) and figured I'd try to find the cache while I was waiting.

Coords took me to an unlikely looking spot and the hint wasn't much use, so I looked at the logs and noticed that a few people had reported that they had found themselves on the "wrong side of the road". That could be me, too, I thought... but the wrong way... in which direction? There were two roads alongside me.

I spotted a tall white thing that was different to the others and guessed that maybe that was what the hint referred to? When I got there, I even found a likely looking hiding place, but clearly my brain is still in USA-caching mode (I was caching on California a couple of weeks ago) because the hiding place I was looking at was the kind of "LPC" that just doesn't happen over here. Damn.

So I stopped and tried to look nonchalant for a while, pacing around and looking for anything else that might fit the clue. Then I saw three things close together on the other-other side of the road and it immediately clicked that I was looking for something like them. I crossed over, sat down on the convenient perch while I waited for some muggles to pass, retrieved the cache and - at last - signed the log in what was basically the only remaining bit of space.

Had my GPSr sent me to the right place to begin with this adventure would have been much shorter, but I got there in the end... and still with 13 minutes of charging time left before I could drive away. TFTC!

Dan Q and a rental eV
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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