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The White Family

(Finds: 3  Score: 11)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)

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I found it! 15 Mar 2012    The Lookout  ( Difficulty: 2    Terrain: 1 )

---(2012-03-15 10:40:00---(Find 7091)---
There's so little activity on Navicache that I always forget to see if there are any nearby even when I'm visiting an area where I know there are likely to be Navicaches. So it was today but that didn't stop me finding this cache as it was literally handed to me when I was searching for another cache.

I hope the cache owner doesn't mind me logging this cache. I didn't look for the ticket but will do so next time I'm in the area, and will deposit a pound in the next charity box I see.

It's interesting to see that there are more logs in the logbook than there are online so I'm not the only one to have found this cache other than as intended.

Thanks for the cache.

I found it! 05 Sept 2010    Eight Oh Two Eleven  ( Difficulty: 3.5    Terrain: 1.5 )

---(2010-09-05 16:10:00---(Find 5748)---
We found this cache in its Groundspeak form in January 2008 and we've intended many times to visit it again in its Opencaching form but never quite got there. Of course, we didn't need to visit the waypoints so today, with free time after some local caches and as parking is free on Sundays we waited for a gap in the muggles at the busy cache site. The cache seems to have moved slightly from when we first found it but the present spot is much better.

Having found the cache in its GC and OK forms we thought we should log it in its NC form. Three finds for the price of one.

Thanks for the cache.

I found it! 17 Aug 2010    Caesar's Camp  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 1.5 )

---(2010-08-17, 14:59:00)---
We first looked for this cache in 2003 very early on in our caching career. For some reason we failed to find it then but today we were passing nearby in the hunt for an Opencache and this cache was impossible to miss because of its size - unusually large by today's standards - and the fact that it was completely exposed. The lid was loose, the cache had water in it and most of the contents are beyond repair.

We managed to sign the logbook and also left a calling card. It wasn't obvious where the cache was intended to be hidden as there's no cover capable of hiding a box of that size. We hid it where we found it but made it a little less obvious by covering it with leaves. The cache urgently needs a visit to replace the container and contents.

Thanks for the cache.


 

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