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Re: Locationless Caches
« on: August 05, 2018, 10:05:05 pm »
 Over the past month I have managed to clock up a few more Locationless finds on TC, bringing my position on their LC leaderboard back up to number 18, yay!  ;D



Most of the finds have been fun to do, and some of them I have travelled far (for me) to get the required photos. One of the closest was a visit to Seven Springs this evening to grab a photo of a 'Spring with a plaque' to log Springing to life...



A further away adventure took me to Turville, where I hiked up the hill to to take photos of the windmill which featured in the movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Photographing that place actually got me finds on a few LCs, not just including 'Buildings from the movies', 'Old Green Energy', and 'Big Wind Catchers...Windmills'.



Whilst up on the hill I also found a rare UK Terracaching traditional cache, and a traditional Geocaching.com cache... well it would of been rude of me not to as I was stood just a few metres from it enjoying the view. GMS D 01... notice I follow in the footsteps of other CW members finding that one, including our Griff Grof  :D

The same day as the above finds, I headed a few miles down the road to visit the Hell Fire caves and the Mausoleum up on the hill above them. The caves were great fun, just my type of thing. And the Mausoleum got me a second find on the 'Buildings from the movies' LC, as it has been used in many movies, and TV programs. The most memorable one to me was the Hammer Horror movie 'To the Devil a Daughter'.


Do let know if you have had a go at Locationless Caching, and what your favourite finds have been...
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