I'd heard the buzz in the early part of the year about how good this series was, and I wasn't disappointed. It took me a minute or two to understand how the puzzles worked. Some I could see straightaway, and others (like this one) just sat there waiting for a sudden flash of inspiration. Fortunately it always came - some real d'oh moments there.
We'd been planning to arrange a group visit back in March (with Richecactus, IceColdUK, AndyR and our respective families) to do this series together with the one at Awbridge. However the non-caching members of the group won out: we'd bribed them with a nice pub lunch but that would only take us as far as doing the Awbridge one. A pity as I'm convinced that they would've really loved this series.
Today our group amounted to just three: me, Bobcat and Richiecactus (Ice and AndyR having visited a few months back). We'd had a quick meal at the Greyhound at Broughton beforehand, and arrived here at 2pm.
This one was a nice big cache and an easy find (I found this one) What a great old tree!! I got the puzzle inside it straightaway - I was really impressed by the work that has gone into this.
Richiecactus dropped off a trackable - an anchor - which I noted down for discovering later. My son Bobcat took the colourful feet, swapping them for a bendy pencil.
I'm running short on favourite points, but this one definitely gets one.
#1490 TFTC (+fave point)