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Found it The Wildleys found Wales’s Premiere Travel Bug Prison

Sunday, September 19, 2004United Kingdom

Our second cache of the day. We parked next to the locked gate and made our way into the forest. We confidently set off down the nice, gravelled trail for about 800 metres before Simon declared that this couldn't possibly be the right way. We returned to the beginning and tried again. Success this time!

We found the first cache after a springy trot through the trees, signed the log, and took note of the prison coordinates. We then set off "cross country", along no obvious path at all, but eventually stumbled across a trail leading along the reservoir.

We found the cache in cloudy sunshine, but had to make a hasty swap as the sky started to spit. We liberated Nimmy and Celtic Love Bug; but we locked up Petal, who has been nabbed away from her native Cumbrian caching grounds, and also Rocky, who recently broke free from Preston prison!

Thanks for the long walk through the forest and along the water's edge!

Lake by the PrisonClouds were in the sky, but it was sunny when we arrived. Rain started to spit as we released some inmates and imprisoned some more.

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infoA multi-cache ("multiple") involves two or more locations, the final location being a physical container. There are many variations, but most multi-caches have a hint to find the second cache, and the second cache has hints to the third, and so on. An offset cache (where you go to a location and get hints to the actual cache) is considered a multi-cache.
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