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Found it cazmockett found Europe's First

Wednesday, 14 June 2017Leinster, Ireland

#7464 found @13:22:00, cache 6 of 10 today

Alistair-uk and I are spending a few days around Dublin and Bray on our geocaching trip to Ireland. We had fantastic weather and found some great caches.

Day 2 - Around Bray.

Let's face it, this is why we came!

Delighted to finally make the pilgrimage to the hallowed Bray turf (well, rocks). and log this venerable oldie. It has to have a fave, of course. We had superb weather and a light breeze to accompany our cliff walk. The scramble up to the cache was easy enough, and we settled in for a few minutes to do the admin and take some photos. Thank you so much for keeping this historic box alive and well! That's another month ticked off the Jasmer Challenge, and the oldest cache I have found so far.

I now realise I signed the wrong date on the log, oops. but we definitely found it on 14th June!

It was also great to finally meet the CO in person at my Event in Bray later in the day.

TFTC, Donnacha

Is It Here? ;-)

Additional Images Additional Images

Is It Here? ;-) Is It Here? ;-)

Yay! GC43 At Last! Yay! GC43 At Last!

My Luck Of The Irish Coin At GZ My Luck Of The Irish Coin At GZ

Domo Takes A Look Domo Takes A Look

Oops Wrong Date (Should Be 14th!) ;-) Oops Wrong Date (Should Be 14th!) ;-)

Putting It Back Putting It Back

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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