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Caches No’s 4638 to 4641 – Filling the Wright girls D/T Grid

Submitted by on Saturday, 29 December 2018No Comment
Caches No’s 4638 to 4641 – Filling the Wright girls D/T Grid

In between Christmas and New Year I went down to see Jen again in Shropshire, and we managed two milestones for her, the first was in the afternoon of the day I went down, we drove up towards Chester to find a specific cache… Which should have been a 4 difficulty 4.5 terrain cache, but which was much, much easier than that
29th December 2018 – The Very Wiggly Worm GC5RQ70 – cache #4638
We went a bit of a long way round searching for the easiest way from path to cache but eventually got there and found the cache.
This cache completed Jen’s R/T grid so we had a little celebration after replacing the cache, and any worms involved in the celebration were certainly not wiggly 😉

29th December 2018 – Where Trolls Watch And Hide GC4MCBT – cache #4639
We then did a couple more caches along the footpath where the Wiggly Worm cache was. It wasn’t too hard finding this cache, but in cold, damp weather and with cold stiff fingers a cold, damp and stiff tin proved impossible to open… so I had to attach a photograph of the cache in my log as proof we found it

29th December 2018 – Bruno’s Box! GC7GZG2 – cache #4640
This wasn’t too hard to find although there was a bit of a discrepancy in that the hint says it’s by a large deciduaous tree, and yet when we found it it was by a large Yew tree, and Yew isn’t deciduous !

29th December 2018 – Church Micro 6187…Eccleston – St Mary GC59VZ2 – cache #4641
The cache took a bit of digging out to get too, but from the description and previous logs I knew it was down there somewhere

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