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Caches No’s 1304 to 1306 – Lunchtime caching again

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Caches No’s 1304 to 1306 – Lunchtime caching again

22nd July 2011 – Left or Right? GC2ZYM0 – cache #1304
A new cache put out virtually on my route to work – it would only be a 50metre diversion to drive past it, but rather than trying to stop on the side of the road in the rush hour I drove up at lunchtime to find it. Not that rush hour means the same here as it does in the cities… no solid stream of traffic… rush hour here means that there is a car every minute !

3rd August 2011 – Fallen Giant GC – cache #1305
Another new cache that is within my range of being able to find at lunchtime. It’s a two minute drive and a nice walk along the river from where I work. The co-ordinates given were 25 metres away from where the cache is, but with a name like fallen giant the cache was bound to be hidden in the huge fallen tree rather than in the grass where the co-ordinates led me ! (The fallen tree in the headline picture)

3rd August 2011 – Seat with a view. GC31C1P – cache #1306
Yet another new cache, and only 250 metres away from ‘Left or Right ?’ (cache #1304) this time though I didn’t go at lunchtime, I did make a slight diversion on my way home to find the cache, which is by an old bench on the verge at the side of the road, a bench I can’t remember ever seeing before even though I have driven along this stretch of road hundreds and hundreds of times

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