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Caches No. 88, 89 & 90 – A Harrogate Trio

Submitted by on Monday, 31 August 2009No Comment
Caches No. 88, 89 & 90 – A Harrogate Trio
August 31st 2009 –  Ringway Wonder 2  GC152DM – Cache #88
Bank Holiday Monday and I was again in Harrogate shopping, so I did some caching on the way home. This first one was an easy find but the second one I looked for I had to give up on, it is hidden in a Church yard where there was someone cutting the grass around the gravestones, so I left that one alone
 
August 31st 2009 –  Beckwith View – Beckwithshaw #1  GCPQ76 – Cache #89
There were two other cars parked nearby, both with people in them… and this location is not exactly on the beaten track so I though they might be fellow cachers out looking for this cache, but they quickly drove off… then a Police Car cruised by, I do wonder whether I interrupted something !
This cache would have presented some difficulty except I had seen the same method of hiding before (Denton Junction Cache) and so it was an easy find. It’s even just visible in the headline photograph if you know what you are looking for.
 
August 31st 2009 –  One degree of seperation – Harlow Carr  GC1DVMX – Cache #90
Harlow Carr, the Royal Horticultural Societies botanical gardens at Harrogate attract quite a lot of visitors on a sunny Bank Holiday Monday, but fortunately the cache is just outside the gates in a wood, which made it a safe find even though it was parking in the overflow car park due to the number of Muggles in the vicinity 

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