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Found it colincactus found Alpha Spaghetti Challenge Cache

Sunday, May 4, 2014South East England, United Kingdom

We'd been at the Kent Mega today. It had just passed 5pm when we did the previous cache so we decided to do one more and then head off home. This was the one.

We arrived at the parking spot about 30 seconds before another cacher - Haywards Hornet good to meet you. The cache was a quick find.

I knew I qualified for this one as there's a similar challenge in West Sussex. That one is quite a bit harder though as you can't use caches from the same series twice.

Here's my list:

0: 007 to Russia (found 31-Oct-09)
1: 1000 (found 11-Dec-11)
2: 21.02.2012 (found 29-Feb-12)
3: 39 Steps (found 1-Nov-09)
4: 48 65 78 (found 27-Jul-11)
5: 5 Hampshire Butchers Round Ribeye Steak (found 13-Apr-11)
6: 6 Hampshire Post Round ( Free Post ) (found 18-May-12)
7: 74 years of pain ... (found 6-Feb-10)
8: 8-) The Lesser Date Challenge (found 12-Feb-12)
9: 9 Hampshire Milk Round (Organic Milk) (found 1-Jun-10)
A: A mega-puzzle of many parts (found 6-Dec-09)
B: Buckle (found 1-Apr-11)
C: Canaan (found 3-Dec-10)
D: Dorking by Pictures: Go West Young Man (found 25-Oct-09)
E: Energy Balls (found 31-Nov-11)
F: Four letter words (found 30-Dec-10)
G: Groaners (found 8-Aug-10)
H: Hooked on Caching (UK) (found 13-Sep-09)
I: I (found 16-Nov-11)
J: Julius (found 27-Sep-09)
K: Kiss My (Irish) Behind! (found 19-Sep-09)
L: L is for Lists (found 26-Dec-10)
M: Mirror Mirror (found 31-May-10)
N: No! No! (found 30-Aug-11)
O: Order from chaos (found 16-Jan-10)
P: Patience (found 8-Jan-11)
Q: Quiet Please! (found 23-May-10)
R: Raindrops keep fallin' on my head (found 31-Jan-11)
S: Six Tables (found 31-Mar-12)
T: Terminus (found 10-Apr-12)
U: Ultimate Natural Resource (found 22-Nov-09)
V: Virgin Atlantic (found 22-Sep-09)
W: Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler? (found 30-Oct-11)
X: XXXX (found 10-Apr-12)
Y: You've Got Mail (found 26-Feb-11)
Z: Zillertal (found 25-Jan-11)

More details here.

#1784 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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