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Found it BaSHful found Wherigo Around Owlbeech

Saturday, 14 March 2015South East England, United Kingdom

JFTF at 11:35am

Out and about with my good mate WhiteFriar for the third time this week, this time to pick up the two souvenirs for the day, managing to qualify for both twice. The Met Office had relented from its forecast of a few days ago and the weather was most amenable, though a little chilly earlier on. Six caches attempted with one DNF, (annoyingly we have subsequently discovered it is in fact still there!), so a (mostly) pleasant and successful outing.

We all set to walk down to the CITO but I had the Garmin on and realised we were approaching stage 1, so a quick change off plan and we decided to do this one first, for which we were joined by a friend of WhiteFriar's (sorry, I can't remember your caching name). All proceeded fairly smoothly, though we think there might be a slight issue with stage 3, though not one that stops you completing it. Anyway, in due course we made it round to the final location where, after a few minutes, the cache was found. After another few minutes it was extracted and I was gob smacked to find a virgin log!


infoA Wherigo geocache uses your Wherigo cartridge to lead you ultimately to the physical geocache location. The cartridges must reside at If a cartridge is used as a requirement to find a geocache, it is considered a Wherigo cache, regardless of whether it may also have a puzzle or multi-cache component.
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