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by jeremyp & el10t

N 51° 99.999 W 000° 99.999 (WGS-84)
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Hidden on: 1/1/2002
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 March 9 by timnerla (2 found)
Tim and Erla went here on a very cold blustery afternoon and found it straight away! It was our first cache and we were both very pleased to find it so quickly.

We're now deciding what to leave in our future caches.

 March 3 by TrevorAdams (1 found)
Found it -just 10 minutes after previous person (he was wearing a rather attractive red coat). This was my first find (but it won't be my last)

 March 3 by jeremyp (44 found)
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An amusing cache. After I found the cache, I decided to wander up to the monument at the end of the hill. I passed a couple going the other way with an eTrex and a map and thought they must be cachers so after my visit to the monument I went back the same way and watched them find the cache from a safe distance. It was quite funny watching them read the log book and then check their watches to see how much they missed me by. Then they looked up, saw me and waved.

After that I had to rush home to make sure I got my log in first :-)
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 February 28 by DanWilson (4 found)
Must also say that I took the frost protector and left a tennis ball, a plastic power ranger and a packet of hear'say cards in its place. Also signed the log book and will be revisiting this cache very soon im sure.

 February 27 by BenDavid (3 found)
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SPLENDID! Today after several weeks of lunchbreak hunting and walking around in the cold, the dark, the sleet and the snow we stumbled across our favoured GEOCACHE! such a great place to hide it, and some extremly splendid views I saw from the binoculars-The pictures of me and my sidekick Dan can be seen below, I left the perfect gift for anyone an A1 CD, I thank Neil and his dog for leaving the Tigger toy for me, that was much appreciatied, the book was signed by myself, A througherly enjoyable GeoCache hunt-Next stop either the Pit or InterMissendens-Maybe Thar Shes Blows by our graceful masher I dont know We shall decide-Watch this space though people me and my sidekick Daniel are currently in the process of making a new cache in Aylesbury which will be housing a Travel Bug, It should be up and running by March the 10th.Thankyou all.SPELNDID.Piddi xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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