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Caches No’s 3220 to 3223 – A local Church Micro amongst others

Submitted by on Thursday, 8 May 2014No Comment
Caches No’s 3220 to 3223 – A local Church Micro amongst others

There are only a few Church Micro caches within 25 miles of me, surprisingly I haven’t been to find two of the nearest ones, so I set out on a wet Thursday afternoon with the intention of going to one at Harewood, but hadn’t got further than a mile from home before I changed my mind and went for one at Farsley near Pudsey instead !
One of my reasons was that the Harewood cache stands alone, whereas at Farsley there are several more caches nearby

8th May 2014 – Jubilee at the Rec GC3MYHX – cache #3220
Straightforward find, I was the only person in the park

8th May 2014 – Pocket Size 2 GC50AG4 – cache #3221
The hint said you might need to have a stick with you to get the cache out. I used my pen as a pokey thing which just about was long enough, but I managed it… Not my favourite sort of caching when in full view of people looking out of their windows but I couldn’t see any net curtains twitching so I did my business quickly and moved away

pocketsize

8th May 2014 – Big Brother is watching you. GC4D48Z – cache #3222
simple enough find as it wasn’t on quite straight, though not in a place where I really wanted to be… a park with playground equipment by an infant school at home time isn’t somewhere a single middle aged man wants to be seen hanging around anyway. I couldn’t sign it as I didn’t have a pen that would write on the wet surface, I lined it up better when I put it back

bigbro

8th May 2014 – Church Micro 1321…Farsley GC2DTQG – cache #3223
A multicache which should have involved finding a particular grave to get the numbers for the final co-ordinates. There were enough clues in the description, hint and logs for me to go straight to the cache, (well the hint was magnetic at head height, so I knew I only had to look at head high metal things) The quick find was good as it was just starting to rain quite heavily – and that really prevented me from finding any more caches cos I don’t do caching in the rain

cmfarsley

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