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General Caching / Re: Today
« on: December 10, 2016, 03:44:17 pm »
Hello to you too  :D  Settled in all ok we hope...
I think you may well be right as they were newbies...
Are you going to send me that list this year!  ;D
Have a great Xmas and best wishes for 2017 anyway...

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General Caching / Re: Today
« on: December 05, 2016, 07:16:24 pm »
Funny old day today  :D
I went for two caches to the west of Worcester this morning, the one that had been found fairly recently at the last attempt I DNFed, the one that was DNFed by the same folks I found  ???  More confusingly there was a TB in the one I found that was logged into the one I didn't find  ;D
The one I found had a hole in the lid and was full of icy water...

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General Caching / Re: November
« on: December 05, 2016, 07:08:59 pm »
LOL, saw your name on a few of the caches Dave.
Just up and back for the day that time and our friends have now moved away so don't know when well be back that way...

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General Caching / Re: November
« on: December 02, 2016, 11:19:37 am »
November was a fairly standard month for us, a cache a everyday with a few better days...

The 6th saw us attending the excellent GIFF event in Barnwood, we had the company of Sophie (starlemusique) from Worcester, and after the show cakes, coffe and natter we went an found a few local caches before heading back North over the border.

We did a super Multi on the 7th, a lovely crisp and sunny Winters morning, Kellys Heros - GC6MX95, part of a very good "film" series just North of us.

The 12th, 13th and 14th saw us travelling up to the NEC to spend all day at the Classic Car Show, we picked easy driveby's near Ragley Hall (Warwicks) on the way.

H went alone to look for GCCFQB - UK Mega 2013 - Worcestershire on the 17th that has eluded us for ages.  It's taken so long due to half the co-ords being on a TB that was taken out of the county despite the large label asking cachers not to!  It turned out to be interesting due to the meeting with an old chap who lives in tents nearby...

We were over near Mansfield on the 19th for a friends Golden Wedding celebration, we took the opportunity to pick up 8 CM's on the way, nothing special and it was a cold and grey day so we didn't try too hard!

The 21st was a day of heavy rain, a C&D was in order but the cache was apparently missing!  H had to detour to find another one so got wet twice!

Monthly total was 43 caches, 36 Trads, 4 Multi's, 2 ?'s and 1 Event.  10 were CM's and we had one DNF that was replaced very quickly that we found a few days later.  Location wise 27 were in Worcs, 4 in Gloucs, 4 in Warwicks, 4 in Notts and 4 in Derbys.

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General Caching / Re: Mission GC decoding
« on: August 29, 2016, 08:55:07 pm »
The one we did was 0.8 of a mile from home  :D :D
As it was a chirp we were saving it to do with a friend but they were at a wedding so we went for it, looks like we'll be doing it again as they cache with a phone  :o :-\

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General Caching / Re: Mission GC decoding
« on: August 27, 2016, 06:06:42 pm »
Good your back safe, trust you had a great time, sleep well and good luck for tomorrow...

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General Caching / Re: Mission GC decoding
« on: August 27, 2016, 11:02:02 am »
Big shout of thanks to Hogshunters for getting us all the emails that TPTB didn't - just found the necessary, and it was our first chirp, so happy bunnies  ;D ;D
Not fussed about souvenirs, or chirps for that matter, but they are a bit of fun and I liked the way you had to do easy puzzles to get the answers - although there are plenty of places to get the answers on 'tinterweb for those that are too lazy to do it - sounds like lab caches to me  ;)
And I met our old friends the Stag Ramblers as I was making my way back to the car and the sun came out  :D :D

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General Caching / Re: Mission GC decoding
« on: August 20, 2016, 01:35:14 pm »
A big thank you to Hogshunters for supplying me with the puzzles to work out for these souvenirs as Groundspeak told me about it but didn't send any emails containing the info!

Earlier this week they did, however, email me to congratulate me on completing the challenge (!) and offered to sell me some "Special Agent L8HNB" memorabilia.

Usual Groundspeak service then...

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General Caching / Re: Mission GC decoding
« on: July 24, 2016, 10:30:58 pm »
Didn't get it!  Setting in my personal details wrong, pity they didn't mention that certain ones had to be switched on...
Anybody tell me what it was please?

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General Caching / Re: Lying cache
« on: June 21, 2016, 08:07:20 am »
Yep, that's the top and bottom of it...
The idea is to write something farcical and entertaining and post it on the 1st April.
There is no cache as far as I know!

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General Caching / Re: Lying cache
« on: April 06, 2016, 12:37:38 pm »
Thanks chaps, sorry about the brain/finger co-ordination...
Enjoyed some of the logs  ;D
There are other lying caches, GC2P8KK, GC4HV1J I know of, we liked this one because we'd been there and we felt it had the best logs.

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General Caching / Lying cache
« on: April 01, 2016, 09:29:55 pm »
Logged GC3VCA today...
Just for fun...
 ;D ;D

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General Caching / Re: Question about Giga's
« on: February 13, 2016, 03:26:07 pm »
Accomo very limited and I think I saw limited electrical hook-up left for campers may have something to do with it...
The two Giga's I've been to had facilities that could easily cope with 7K, especially Munich, Llangollen won't know whats hit it  :D

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General Caching / Re: Cache claiming etiquette
« on: February 07, 2016, 05:00:15 pm »
Outside the CO's control unfortunately!  Dave has been up there three times to research the cache and the info, which is in a lockable cabinet, was there on his last visit.  Just unfortunate I guess...

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General Caching / Re: GPS Maze Published
« on: February 07, 2016, 04:57:19 pm »
It may be interesting for newbies, which is great, but if its like last years in Germany (but I English language!) don't expect too much if you've been playing the game for a couple of years.  But the smiley's good   ;D

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