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Found it BaSHful found Church Micro: Resurrection Challenge cache

Tuesday, April 2, 2013South East England, United Kingdom

Out and about with my good mate WhiteFriar on an absolutely glorious day - blue skies and sunshine! Mind you, it was a little chilly at times, particularly when you caught the wind (the notorious 'lazy' breeze - it goes straight through you instead of going round!). Very much a cache-n-dash day, in part because of the weather and also to hoover up the many puzzles solved but not collected. Also on the agenda were a number of challenge caches and, inevitably, all the new Church Micros that have popped up since our last visit. It was also, as it turned out, a very JazzyJessups day, though it had not been planned that way and we did manage a few caches by other owners.

We started the day with a 1/1 and finished it with a 5/5, which was pleasing. Managed a 5/1 along the way to make three corners of the grid! (Though no doubt there's somebody out there that's managed all four in a day.) On the numbers front I was pleased to pass 800 unknowns and thus gain my Sapphire badge. Mind you, I still need nearly another two hundred to qualify for "Mystery Cache Challenge" http://coord.info/GC38TTV and a further three hundred for my Emerald badge. I guess I'll get there eventually.

Most finds were straightforward, though a few put up a bit of a fight and just one we failed to find. Was glad I had WhiteFriar along as, although I am not particularly vertically challenged, his extra three inches made all the difference quite a number of times. Even so, there was the one occasion where combined tactics were required to retrieve a particularly high placed cache. It all adds to the fun....

BaSHful.

PS. See my JJ challenge page http://www.15ddv.me.uk/geo/chal/jazzyjessups_challenges.html for details of my qualification.

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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