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Found it colincactus found Log & Branch Challenge

Thursday, April 2, 2015Southern England, United Kingdom

I was planning on coming down to the Poole area today so I checked to see which challenges I qualified for. For this one I was two short but I knew there were two "log" caches close to my home. One of them I got last night and the other this morning. Here is my list:

  1. GC2YTHB - Branching off from Ascot? (2-Jul-2011)
  2. GC2FD5P - Log The Hog (29-Dec-2013)
  3. GC13026 - Lyrics and Monologues (12-Oct-2013)
  4. GC3N6NV - APT #5 - A Natural Log (29-Mar-2013)
  5. GC2EECJ - Names 4: Greek Mythology (21-Apr-2011)
  6. GC2T73N - Octothorpe #3: Glyphs and Logograms (16-Aug-2013)
  7. GC2HTN6 - HurRAY, let's LOGG it!! (22-Jul-2012)
  8. GC20RZG - Log (30-Jul-2011)
  9. GC4D2C5 - Italian walk Bologna (1-Apr-2015)
  10. GC4502W - aristotle's lost log (2-Apr-2015)

I moved the car before doing this cache. We saw two squirrels bouncing through the trees on the way to this one. There were lots of different birds singing. A lovely walk - it really felt like spring was here.

It took us five minutes to find this one. A dog walker passed us at one point, I said "Hi" but she scowled at us for some reason. I must've tried ten trees before I finally found it. A nice hide.

#2119 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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