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Found it colincactus found The Beatles Challenge Cache

Sunday, February 2, 2014Southern England, United Kingdom

I went through my finds when the challenge was published and discovered that I qualified with 23 of the Beatles words

1) BEATLES: GC6F12 London - Beatles Abbey Road 12-Jul-2013
2) BAND: GC21GEZ Berkshire School Days 2: Band On The Run 7-Sep-2010
3) CLUB: GC3EFVC Join The Club 17-Mar-2012
4) FRIENDS: GC1BJBE Thomas and Geocaching Friends Geocoin Engine Shed 18-May-2011
5) GEORGE: GC12A4V The Dragonlady's St George's Day Cache 22-Dec-2011
6) GOODBYE: GC22BAA "Goodbye my Sarah Jane" 26-May-2011
7) HELLO: GC283Q7 Hello! 8-May-2010
8) JOHN: GC1PDD0 Farnham Ramble Rally #18 – John Steinbeck 30-Oct-2011
9) LADY: GC4VWBH #8: Lady Friday – The Keys to the Kingdom 4-Jan-2014
10) LOVE: GC2EGWK Songs Of Love 16-Sep-2010
11) MAGICAL: GC45JXD Sue's Magical Mystery Tour- Second Stop 18-Aug-2013
12) MUSIC: GC1EH6N Angel Of Music 20-Jun-2009
13) MYSTERY: GC1K3E8 Decoding the Easter Island Mystery 26-Jul-2011
14) NOWHERE: GCXEHR Muddle and Go Nowhere 27-Aug-2010
15) PAUL: GC18GJE Church Micro 90...Dorking St. Pauls 15-Oct-2009
16) PEOPLE: GC36NYF 7 billion people 30-Oct-2011
17) PLEASE: GC1HGHK Quiet Please! 23-May-2010
18) QUARRY: GC13MAH Kirtlington Quarry 22-Jul-2012
19) RIDE: GC49F9P Five Guys Ride Again 11-Apr-2013
20) SKY: GC2M09E Reach for the Sky 8-Jul-2012
21) SOMETHING: GC3P05Y Geolympix 2012 CITO - Giving something back 22-Jul-2012
22) TOUR: GC2TB99 R&N Mystery Tour #10 - A Hole in One 28-Oct-2013
23) YELLOW: GC3JADC Yellow 08 - Sussex Olympic Rings 1-Aug-2012

More details here.

This afternoon I was going to be picking up Bobcat from work at 4pm. There would still be an hour to go until it got dark so we decided to get the cache on the way home.

A nice big cache and an easy find. We did feel a bit exposed standing there though. I signed the log, left the Kroko TB (swapping it for the finishers medal) and made sure the cache was well covered when we left.

#1660 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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