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00heaven 2007-03-11I found this one with my Mummy and Geoff (TeamSP).Mummy took a photo!Thanks for a really interesting
ABIIAN      2012-03-11Numbers to follow. What a lovely day and a beautiful location .whilst caching in Kent with golden 67 photo
Achaos      2005-03-27BLUE ANCHOR N51 10.931 W003 24.069Found this old listing among paperwork and as I was to be in a
Aldocandy 2011-04-01Logging trig after attending Solstice event in Dec2010
Aldwick Subs2009-01-06Found after along slog uphill TFTC
Alibags     2004-11-04[I have just discovered that one can log this from previous target monuments, therefore I am logging it bas
            2006-11-27Done on a night walk with Maz and duck@cover!! See the photo that Nick took of us all with the Trig!!
Alison Lapper
            2006-10-21Done as part of vix92008 but have my own user ID now. TFTC.
Angelina Ballerina
BRAMBELL97  2011-02-05found with rose&thistle;tftc
Banjo Billy 2007-09-01Love the Idea of a cache that moves. I've always had a softy spot of Tri points having spent time liveing in
Bekandian 2005-10-01Found @ 12:47We last visited this trig point on the 5th of February this year, back then we had to be very
            2003-01-26Thanks for bringing me out this way, it's off the beaten track but an interesting place.[last edit: 1/26/2003 4
Black Middens
             and Cubs
Broxi, Foxy 2009-03-01We got as close as we could to this one for now. The Fort was void of human life and as it is a military site
            2009-04-02done with my dad, e-mail sent to owner, TFTC
BubbleTrouble
            2009-03-27(#545) Rombolds Moor N 53Deg 54.183 W 001Deg 49.617Found in a hail storm! TFTC E-mail on its way
Busy Lissy Bunch
            2009-12-30Found this one years ago.
Captain Gore-tex
Carrog      2011-06-30S5016, Cleeve Hill trig point. Found while on a 4 mile circular walk
            2009-08-08Found while caching with Martybartfast.TFTCDenise
ChalkhillBlue
Cheeky Abs  2007-04-03Edinburgh Dogs HomeI didn't know what we where looking for and my dad kept saying it was a bolt in the
ClanKenn 2010-06-30Location: N 51 22.960 W 002 25.427Not too sure if this was the right item, although the GPSr was pointin
Coordin8z 2007-09-01Found whilst on a cache bash nearby.Thanks for making it available for the bash.Email on its way.
Crag Rat 2009-02-15Must be the lowest trig I have done!Mind you I do live in the lakes.TFTCTNLN Email on the way.
CrazyPike 2010-07-31whit help from a realy nice geocacher in the wood logged whit McB,ninjatummen ,ninjaAsok,the heimat, a
DHJ&P       2008-05-03Concrete trig point logged at......N 51 35.945 W 004 01.510This is our first mobile cache.Thanks for settin
Daddykins 2006-04-08N 53 09.264 W 003 15.308I'm in the photograph that scottpa100 logged below. Thanks for the cache!
Dazadude 2007-08-25Found whilst at the Gathering in the Glen Event 2007. Bit windy on the day at the top but thanks to the cai
Deego       2003-03-01Moor top trigpoint just by the side of the road . its also a passive station and there is another one less than
Deego       2003-09-06N5310.3291' W00159.9914'Visit date logged, only just seen it (24/09)One of my favourite trigs been there
DeputyDawg  2004-01-27Definatley got correct location and have looked for this one 4 months ago and couldn't find the actual bolt
DomHeknows  2005-03-05Hopefully I'm logging this one correctly as it is the first one i've done.Found at Hordon stoops which is abo
Doozin_Tiger2011-08-06Found on the event.tftc
Dopaz       2008-08-25Found with Zetetic, Pezzini and Gamer200. TFTC.
            2011-07-12OSM 076 HirwaunPassed and stopped here so many times. Vans here as usual D/T 1/1? Easy given its
Ellie&Rudi Mentry
Family-Wood 2009-08-08Great views and had a nice walk around the area afterwards. TFTC
Family-Wood 2009-08-09Fantastic cache with even better views. TFTC. Picture attached
Fennyflip 2011-05-21did with noggerlev while completing the wreackers series weather is closing in so we are makingway towa
FiddleMad 2009-01-10Yay. Unexpected bonus to find this cache attached to the Earth cache just completed.TFTF
Finstall    2011-01-30Beautiful sunny day ,enjoyed the views .Off to finish compendium.TFTC
            2004-05-12Phew - found this one just in time before it moved on. The bolt was very small but easy to find on a beaut
Firth of Forth
Flexburyites2008-10-08'Gore Heath' N50 43.740 W004 06.722. Caching in the area whilst on a four day break at Sanford Holida
            2007-01-26Mochramnearly did me in
Flyfishermanbob
Foggy & Crew2004-11-08Devils Dyke. We spend a lot of time up here watching the paragliders and we also have a webcam in the
Foggy & Crew2005-08-05N 51 14.846 W 000 18.667First to log this one, good job have it on watchlist. Actually did this trig point wh
            2010-12-12I only found out about his one thanks to a tip-off by the Good Captain. That's easy I thought as I visited thi
FollowMeChaps
Fourhalls 2002-11-10Found this very easily on our way back from watching Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Co-ords
GAZ         2002-05-06Parked the car 0.52 miles away, then set off through the fields. Got there, eventually, and took some photo
GAZ         2003-02-02Nabbed this one en-route to GCCAA2 The weather was fine at this location, but further on it was snowing
GAZ         2003-03-02Got to the spot and found the road has had some improvements to the verges, but there was a prominent
Godfreyh 2011-01-08Found at the Pendle Wakes event with Team Solstice.Too dark and foggy for photos, and too cold to han
Gordonandwin2011-08-14Yep, out with Novicejock and found the trig. Pictures of us both
Gowenhouse  2009-05-25Hello. Found monument near Corton, Warminster, Wilts at N51 08.970 W002 05.164. Thanks.
Grottenolm872007-09-01Habe meinen Account von Knutsch&Fleck; in Grottenolm87 gewechselt. Sollte jemand damit Probleme ha
            2004-05-13Nice and easy cache to build up the numbers. Mrs HH enjoyed watching all the male cyclists as we were
Haggis Hunter
            2007-04-03Edinburgh Dogs HomeDoes this count as a FTF? Despite this bolt being listed back in October 2003 I app
Haggis Hunter
HazelS      2007-03-03Found easily with P&T;YSM0005 Horden Stoops
Heather W 2008-08-25Out caching in the area with GAZ, and he showed me this survey bolt at Legburthwaite that he logged wa
Heffalump0072010-08-02YSMS591 AUCHTERMUCHTY Cords N56.16.030 W003.22.074Very good views indeed found this one w
Hi-Tek      2006-08-06I found the Stokes Bay version of this back on the 3rd January 2004 and have been meaning to log it for y
            2009-08-10Found with Nightsurfer & Co,TFTC
Hill Hunter 92
            2011-05-22See Poi0's log. T4TC
HolidayGirl64
House Of Boo2007-05-04Found while at Craig Rhiu Ddu... Just a bit slack logging thats all . Lovely views as the photo(s) should illu
Huga        2004-04-05Saw the cache at 21.10 this evening in the day's Pocket Query. Decided to go for it, since it appeared to b


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a photo!Thanks for a really interesting cache.
caching in Kent with golden 67 photo attached.! TftcThis entry was edited by ABIIAN on Wednesday, 14 March 2012 at 21:44:45 UTC.
ng paperwork and as I was to be in area went along to have a look. Sea front and area surrounding point undergoing extensive rework, in fact point alm


numents, therefore I am logging it based on finding a previous target TP3472. Like some others, I did this one when looking for the Missing Cacher. T
 t Nick took of us all with the Trig!!


 Tri points having spent time liveing in the Lake District. E-mail on its way.
his year, back then we had to be very careful as the bluebells were just starting to show their heads. Today however, there were no such problems, so i
nteresting place.[last edit: 1/26/2003 4:24:28 AM PST]
 f human life and as it is a military site, was locked up. Broxi will try to gain access during the week however it is not a realistic place to expect guarantee

 a hail storm! TFTC E-mail on its way.



my dad kept saying it was a bolt in the ground. I came across this at the side of the road, and my dad said it was the bolt.Really was difficult to find, and
  item, although the GPSr was pointing right at it. Judging from the previous log there are other similar items in the vicinity.TFTC
 for the bash.Email on its way.
 TCTNLN Email on the way.
 injatummen ,ninjaAsok,the heimat, askthomas
ur first mobile cache.Thanks for setting it.Dave and Pat.
ged below. Thanks for the cache!
he day at the top but thanks to the cairn got a bit of respite whilst my self and D_Eagle had lunch.Summit:Dreish - Cairngorms National ParkElevation: 3
 on and there is another one less than a mile along the same road.Deego40th
 )One of my favourite trigs been there many, times good views Deego13th[last edit: 9/24/2003 12:22:05 PM PST]
  ago and couldn't find the actual bolt which must be buried under debris/concrete dumped here. The situation is unchanged after a second prolonged r
 Found at Hordon stoops which is about 3' away from the Chorley border.


ere as usual D/T 1/1? Easy given its virtual in the lay by?51.42 980      003.33.339 - a rivet


 closing in so we are makingway towards a building for shelter
 e just completed.TFTF

very small but easy to find on a beautiful sunny summery evening. I never realised how many people jog around Arthur's Seat after work.
on a four day break at Sanford Holiday Park. Thanks for the cache. I was here at daybreak cold but the start of a very fine day. E-mail to owner.

s and we also have a webcam in the building up here so visit once or twice a month.Lovely views especially sunsets.
 atchlist. Actually did this trig point when we did the Snow White caches on 19.2.05, and logged this one to the trig pointing website so I hearby claim th
n. That's easy I thought as I visited this trig several years ago, before I started geocaching, and logged it on TrigpointingUK. Luckily Mrs. FMC, The Badg
nd the Chamber of Secrets. Co-ords were spot on.
here, eventually, and took some photo's. I will upload when I get them developed this week. Quite overcast today, but still great views all round. Nearly b
 ocation, but further on it was snowing. Didn't know if I was gonna get home!!A late log for Knarsdale, hope it counts!!GAZ (Carlisle)[last edit: 2/2/2003 1
he verges, but there was a prominent 'feature' there! I have circled where I think the point is. Hope it is right!GAZ (Carlisle)
 foggy for photos, and too cold to hang around.GodfreyH

70 W002 05.164. Thanks.
selt. Sollte jemand damit Probleme haben, kann er diesen Log ohne Kommentar loschen.I ve changed my account from Knutsch&Fleck; to Grottenolm8
hing all the male cyclists as we were driving behind them. I hadn't realised it got moved on so quickly.CheersHaggis Hunter
eing listed back in October 2003 I appear to be the first to log it. It was actually HayLin that said, hey Dad is this what you are looking for here, and sure

 t at Legburthwaite that he logged way back in 2003!
 y good views indeed found this one whilst doing a The Yellow Hill series of caches.
 and have been meaning to log it for yonks! To see it I had to clean some mud off it to see the detail. My GPSr elev = -5ft.I had to disagree with previous


  vely views as the photo(s) should illustrate-ish... Third photo is of Lordelph and the West Viewers when they went to the cache the following day!House
 ded to go for it, since it appeared to be on a track (from the OS map). Packed up my things (camera, torch, PDA, GPS, OS map) and headed out to Ab


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 ng extensive rework, in fact point almost covered by rubble at moment. It's so inconspicuous I wonder if it will survive. See pic with GPS beside.


en looking for the Missing Cacher. Trig was found at N51 44.827 W000 42.409 I did wonder why there would be a trig in the middle of dense woodlan




er, there were no such problems, so it was just a leisurely jaunt across the wood to the TP.

 t a realistic place to expect guaranteed access and I am surprised that it has been placed here. I also expect that the more foolish could find themselv




e bolt.Really was difficult to find, and my dad says we are the FTF for this bolt




Cairngorms National ParkElevation: 3140Ft Approx on my GPSrCoords: N56 50.88 W003 11.793S7055TFTC Dude


nchanged after a second prolonged rumage around this morning (@ 04.45hrs!!), have photographed GPS and also the wheelie bin and cone at the co-




rthur's Seat after work.
ery fine day. E-mail to owner.


 pointing website so I hearby claim this for geocaching now.Thanks for choosing this one[This entry was edited by Foggy & Crew on Saturday, August 0
ntingUK. Luckily Mrs. FMC, The BadgerWoman and I were able to divert here today when returning from our bee group Christmas meal in Brizzle and

but still great views all round. Nearly back to the car when I realised I had left my glasses on the wall, so I had to trek back for them Got to the car and f
 s!!GAZ (Carlisle)[last edit: 2/2/2003 11:04:24 AM PST]




t from Knutsch&Fleck; to Grottenolm87. The log can discharge momentarily if somebody disagree with this.

hat you are looking for here, and sure enough at the side of the tarmac and under some rubble was a shiny Survey Bolt. Can you count my details towa



 = -5ft.I had to disagree with previous Trig Pointloggers on this one as it appears that the bolt has been covered with a Berntsen marker.Thanks for sett


to the cache the following day!House Of Boo
GPS, OS map) and headed out to Abington. Eventually found the right road, and toddled down it, only to overshoot the little track because it's in the wr


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ive. See pic with GPS beside.


a trig in the middle of dense woodland, so now I know! This geocaching is an education! .]gevt cyngr ahzore vf F sbhe svir bar gjb




 the more foolish could find themselves in serious hot water should they attempt to scale the walls. Robs had it in his sites and is in one phot showing u




o the wheelie bin and cone at the co-ords anyway. In daylight the views from this location around the Clyde and over to the Isle of Bute, are excellent.T




 Foggy & Crew on Saturday, August 06, 2005 at 2:20:34 AM.]
group Christmas meal in Brizzle and pick up the necessary photos and numbers - see pics. I was pleased to find that it had been cleared since my last

ek back for them Got to the car and felt knackered Strange that a monument is in a field, though!GAZ (Carlisle)




 Bolt. Can you count my details towards HayLin's find as well please? She was with me.CheersHH



th a Berntsen marker.Thanks for setting this interesting variation on a cache.



ot the little track because it's in the wrong place on the OS map (and in my GPS's/Mapsource's map!). Reversed back up what was effectively the A11's


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 sbhe svir bar gjb




his sites and is in one phot showing us at it, and super close, close up to show the actual trig point in all of its glory.




over to the Isle of Bute, are excellent.Thanks, DD...if anyone can find the actual bolt then please!! e mail and let me know!**** Found In Daylight today!!




hat it had been cleared since my last visit c. 2005ish when inside the cage was totally overgrown - not a fitting state for such a grand and important part




 ack up what was effectively the A11's sliproad (erm...), then parked in a farm entrance. Considered giving up, due to the Private sign, but then decided


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e know!**** Found In Daylight today!!!(29th) Tnx 2 all*****[This entry was edited by DeputyDawg on Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 11:44:52 PM.][This en




e for such a grand and important part of our heritage! We were there, photos taken and numbers logged within just a few minutes - I'm not a fan of lay-b




e to the Private sign, but then decided to go for it: If I met the landowner I'd ask them for permission to snap the trig point and leave. So I walked the 0.5


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ary 27, 2004 at 11:44:52 PM.][This entry was edited by DeputyDawg on Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 11:52:30 PM.][This entry was edited by DeputyDa




t a few minutes - I'm not a fan of lay-by drive-bys but I'll make an exception for this one to save the Capt. nagging me. LNTN, no box to sign TFTC.Cur




 point and leave. So I walked the 0.5 miles up the concrete road/track to the trig point.It's in good condition just on the side of the track, with a flush bra


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M.][This entry was edited by DeputyDawg on Thursday, January 29, 2004 at 6:43:08 AM.]




me. LNTN, no box to sign TFTC.Curiously I looked at TrigpointingUK since arriving home and can find no trace of a log from me - bizarre as I definitely




n the side of the track, with a flush bracket half-covered with ivy at ground level. Number S4529. Stepped back and switched the (digital) camera on. W


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a log from me - bizarre as I definitely visited it - queer!




d switched the (digital) camera on. What's that funny icon?, I think... I discover when I try to take a picture that it means "You'r


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cover when I try to take a picture that it means "You'r


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Icarus.     2009-08-07Found while on Steep Holm with Berrow Cachers......
Icenians 2002-07-16Really hard one this. Right on the road at Bressingham in Norfolk. I did have to get out of the car to read t
Imbol       2012-03-09Discovered whilst out with the Gaggle.. Photo attached to their log.
Interloper 2012-02-03I have never managed to log one of these "wandering" caches before. Was in Edinburgh for the day so th
J33P KN 2007-12-16An old Favorite of mine... excellent views on a good day.
JLAM-D 2008-08-28The freshly cut path made the hunt a little easier. Found TP3255 - Fox Hole Hill at N 52 24.960 W 000 02
JOSSS       2011-01-23log for location 419. e-mail sent. very good idea for a virtual i went in the area only to find this one tftc
JUSTHEJOB   2002-08-11Found site ok logged readings and took photo. conwy county,north wales[last edit: 8/11/2002 1:00:03 PM
JasonW 2002-05-19[Well you should have seen the looks I got in the extreme corner of the car park, round the RSPB portaka
JazzyJebus2012-01-21Thought we might have to walk to this one but parked right by it.
John Stead2002-08-24Winstanley StocksThis has got me going now, reviving my interest in the Ordnance Survey and their meth
            2011-08-06Found today as part of the Formonthills community woodland event e-mail sent to the cache owner
Keith+-Vonnie
Kev W       2007-04-14Found while out with the SYC
Kev W       2007-07-20Found while on a day out on the Moors with Steviep and Mr Truffles, see their logs, thanks.
Kindermann  2009-03-03Found it with Dakar4x4 and Thepanteras.
Kitty Hawk 2006-01-02Stokes Bay RivetBagged what I think was the rivet, although TP:UK has two different photo's now. I'll be b
              Oak
Knightwood2007-09-02Found whilst doing the "It's Not About Number tour" with Two Hoots, who talked me into hiring a cycle for
            2011-02-05found with Rose & ThistleTFTC
LITTLE MISS NETTLE
LeeZed      2011-01-28Ye Ole Ye Boi whooo I found this one a wile back now. But as it was a moving cache I waited for it to leav
Little Ern 2008-07-13Found Trig Point on Fan Grynich at 1300hrs today. Met The Geckos and Andy33 on the way up who remin
            2010-08-01Found the Edinburgh FBM with Dad.Thanks!
Little Miss Amber
Lucky B 2006-03-04This ones on my door step, been to the top many times the views are great on a clear day you can see fo
Lukey Spooky2009-03-27Rombolds Moor N 53Deg 54.183 W 001Deg 49.617Found in a hail storm with Busy Lissy Bunch! The ha
Lulachs     2011-08-06Found easily as the only way was up - but not that far!! Oh, look Mrs. L is carrying the bag AGAIN!! TFTC
M1EYO       2005-04-03Daresbury survey point.N 53 20.188 W 002 38.177Thanks for the cache.
             Tina
Mazza and 2006-11-27Found with Duck n Cover and Ali below on a night walk!! we were with Nick of Nick and Ali fame who foun
Mihaly      2007-09-02Found on my way home after a couple of other caches today. Nice location. Thanks for setting.
Mihazemeg2011-05-21Nice easy find emailed answer to owner will upload photo later today TFTC
Miss Madam  2008-08-03Found this together with Team KVS Sorry for the short log.Miss MadamGreetings from Bergen, Norway
Miss W      2011-08-06Nice walk up to the trig! And lovely views up the top!TFTC
Monkey momo 2009-09-05Found as team Broik.TFTC SL TNLN
Morseman 2003-02-21Well, the previous claim might have gone to the correct Lat/Long, but the NGR quoted as SK 29640 5530
Moss Trooper2002-04-14Well decided to check this out.. and found it.. supprising thing is I been faffing about with maps for 30+ y
Moss Trooper2002-05-19This one was nice an easy to get to for a change.. but still took some finding.. another type of OS monum
Mr'D        2004-09-16Staple Hill - N 51 22.428 W 000 36.260Like Dodgydaved, we think we located this too. If so, it was a fairly
Mr. Skinny 2008-08-03I've got my own account now and are logging previous caches found as a member of Team KVS.Sorry for
Mule Skinner2005-06-16OSM012 found after a bit of searching as even the yellow arrow on the wall was quite well hidden! GPS a
Mule Skinner2005-07-01OSM030 Upper Heydon N53 31.661 W001 51.449 - Found after some careful searching, as I didn't realis
NISUS23 2012-01-13Amazing day for this adventure, clear skies and frost, warm in the sun goin up!the plate on the trig reads -
            2002-12-31Found this no problem with my friends Smokin!!.It is very close to the road and I have driven past it count
Naefearjustbeer
            2003-05-13Found it no problem at all. this is the second time I have found this wandering cache. first time at Reay an
Naefearjustbeer
            2004-05-12Found this one without a gps or a map , I used the clue given for the rivit and set off to find it on my way h
Naefearjustbeer
Nawtcher 2002-09-07Well this cache wasn't in Cornwall very long. By the time I got a day off after working six days, it had move
Nediam      2006-04-0820:03 - Woo Hoo!!! My 600th cache (and the first time I've found "Ye Ole Survey Monuments").Found at M
            2011-11-30Found whilst caching with Mrs Grizzly Pair.
Norfolk Dumpling 70
Norfolk12 2007-10-12buckland N 51 40.507 W 001 30.179photo to follow
Nottrikk    2004-06-26Just before Midnight.Found this one with Pyoung1s and the rest of the gang last night. I didn't gte a shot,
            2006-03-30Really small to find! For coords see pic of GPSr(And pic to small to read, so: N 54 58.659 E 1 22.740)
Off-Roadrunner
            2009-04-02done with daughter bubbletrouble, e-mail sent to owner, TFTC
Over the Fence
Pengy&Tigger2005-06-15Daresbury - Tom tom told us this one was here while we were passing.
Pengy&Tigger2005-06-15Liverpool. We dropped by to log this FBM while caching in Liverpool.
Pezzini     2008-05-11Catching up from last weekends event. N51 35.943 W004 01.509
Phineus 2002-10-19It took two visits; first one getting dark and wet, second visit wet but light. I also had some help from 'outfo
Pink-46     2009-11-15Out with Salmoncard, think we found what we as looking for? Interesting cache.
Pooter      2003-01-04A wonderfully bright day with the sun right in my eyes as I drove to the cache site. Arran looked remarkabl
            2
PopUpPirate007-08-05Found with the Cache Hoppers at River Yarrow source - thanks!
PossumPat2010-07-21Fordel Mains Trig PointN55.53.141 W003.00.493UKTP 24231/1.5 Easy walk although a bit muddy.
PossumPat2010-07-21Crichton Mains Trig Point - N55.50.102 W002.58.614UKTP17781/1.5Nice walk in the rain to this Trig Poin
Postie      2002-04-13Found this OK.Nice drive round the roads and a lovely view.
Postie      2002-08-23This survey piont is in a sea side town I and my family used to visit when I was younger (1960's)I rememb
Psychosian2008-04-09N 51 56.151 W 002 01.319 Cleeve HillOn a beautiful clear, cold day. :)
RICHLIN9 2008-12-15OSBMS6294 - EMMOTLANDN53 57.092 W000 20.776First ever Trigpoint I have found.Didn't know what


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did have to get out of the car to read the number though!

e. Was in Edinburgh for the day so this made for a pleasant little diversion. As my photo shows, the weather was excellent.

ox Hole Hill at N 52 24.960 W 000 02.701 as well as a traditional cache GC1AVW7, which is at the same location.TFTH
 the area only to find this one tftc
 ales[last edit: 8/11/2002 1:00:03 PM PST]
he car park, round the RSPB portakabinTM - still found the mark and the GPS showed a huge discrepancy 2m (with the EPE telling me that I might be 4

 the Ordnance Survey and their methods. This monument is far from obvious but the photo tallies with the official one! [last edit: 8/31/2002 10:23:50 AM
e-mail sent to the cache owner

 see their logs, thanks.

has two different photo's now. I'll be back to check it out, it is in the same area as I kite buggy.
 who talked me into hiring a cycle for the day, first time for years, but going well so far. taken a couple of photos, will try and add them later. Collected in

  a moving cache I waited for it to leave my area to list it Email sent with the WYM number.Got my Email back today for me to list as a find!!!!Thank you
 and Andy33 on the way up who reminded me about this virtual cache (Cheers Fellas). The number on the plate was S2147. TFTC. JAS.

e great on a clear day you can see for miles.Trig point at N 54 30.325 W 001 06.440
 torm with Busy Lissy Bunch! The hail hurt. TFTC
 . L is carrying the bag AGAIN!! TFTC

 h Nick of Nick and Ali fame who found it on the 14th of the month. He has posted a picture on his log.Very clever cache, i'm intregued as to how you tra
ocation. Thanks for setting.

amGreetings from Bergen, Norway


 t the NGR quoted as SK 29640 55304 takes you to quite a different trig point possition. :-)The one I went to is at Bolehill and the Lat/Long is N53 05.67
een faffing about with maps for 30+ years an never knew they existed until today..GPS pointed straight to it..Thanks fer the intro into trigpoints that aint
e finding.. another type of OS monument all be it miniscule, that I have vever come across.. Thanks Brian
 e located this too. If so, it was a fairly easy find. Noisy from traffic on the M3, but great views from the nearby carpark.Description emailed.TFTCJon an
   as a member of Team KVS.Sorry for the short logMr. Skinny
he wall was quite well hidden! GPS also slightly out, but got there in the end.
me careful searching, as I didn't realise I was looking for a rivet! See attached photos.
 n goin up!the plate on the trig reads - osbm s1562
e road and I have driven past it countless times. The monument is Ordnance Survey Bench Mark and has a more modern stainless plate fitted Which is
 andering cache. first time at Reay and now at Bettyhill. My GPS gave co-ordinates N 58 29.156W 004 12.694elevation 163 feetMy personal travel bub
  rivit and set off to find it on my way home from work at 0030 hrs. found it at 0111hrs using my torch, I took a couple of photos with my mobile phone to p
off after working six days, it had moved. Oh well. I'd saved the page before it's change and as it sounded interesting, I thought I'd go out for a look anyw
  Ole Survey Monuments").Found at Moel Famau.Fourth of four on the mountain and last of 28 for the day. Tough hike up (for me) but well worth it in the


 e gang last night. I didn't gte a shot, but I know that a couple of people did get pics of the offending article.CheersMarkTeam Nottrikk
 ead, so: N 54 58.659 E 1 22.740)




 ght. I also had some help from 'outforthehunt'.This has got to be the smallest cache I've ever seen. Very easy to miss! [last edit: 10/21/2002 11:20:20 A

 e cache site. Arran looked remarkably clear and seemed much closer than it usually does. My GPS gave co-ordinates N 55 25.274 W4 43.607, so no

asy walk although a bit muddy.
5Nice walk in the rain to this Trig Point

 hen I was younger (1960's)I remember the beach got so full of people that we had to walk miles to find a place to pitch the little changing tent!!! Then a

gpoint I have found.Didn't know what they looked like until now.Will have to find some more.TFTCRichlin9


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th the EPE telling me that I might be 4m out).] Fxrgpurq gur ynlbhg bs gur cynpr nf V pbhyq svaq ab qvfgvathvfuvat znexf gb pbasvez gur ybpngvba bs

one! [last edit: 8/31/2002 10:23:50 AM PST][This entry was edited by John Stead on Tuesday, October 04, 2005 at 5:19:44 AM.]




 ill try and add them later. Collected info so will email soon. Thanks.

ay for me to list as a find!!!!Thank you so much for this magic cache. Z
 as S2147. TFTC. JAS.




cache, i'm intregued as to how you transport that thing around!!!!!!!!!TFTC




Bolehill and the Lat/Long is N53 05.673 W001 33.757. Number S1716.
 s fer the intro into trigpoints that aint :)Moss

ark.Description emailed.TFTCJon and Lesley




modern stainless plate fitted Which is dated 1999 telling us it is part of the gps network.It is also very close to my Puffin Cove Cache so I combined the
ation 163 feetMy personal travel bub Bug Ring About visited this cache with me.
e of photos with my mobile phone to prove I found it. I have also left a pound coin sitting beside it with a little stone on top for the next finder to take awa
g, I thought I'd go out for a look anyway as part of my afternoon of cache hiding.I found it, as tiny as it was, I never knew such things existed. I have bee
 ike up (for me) but well worth it in the end. The wind at the top was ferocious and nearly blew my rucksack away!!!Thanks for the cache,Nediam(Sat at


MarkTeam Nottrikk




miss! [last edit: 10/21/2002 11:20:20 AM PST]

ates N 55 25.274 W4 43.607, so not far out.




pitch the little changing tent!!! Then along came foreign holls and the beach is mostly deserted now.When you look at the weather in the photo it's hard




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Puffin Cove Cache so I combined the trip with a walk to check on Puffin Cove The Co-ords are N58 32.743 W003 53.476 Altitude of 123 feet (Acording

 on top for the next finder to take away, let the race begin!! but dont spend it all in one shop!!
 knew such things existed. I have been past the location many times before.Rob.Update later the same day - outforthehunt has kindly allowed me to cla
!Thanks for the cache,Nediam(Sat at home celebrating with a Stella )




 k at the weather in the photo it's hardly suprising!!




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orthehunt has kindly allowed me to claim the find so I've changed my log to a found it. :)[last edit: 9/7/2002 12:52:16 PM PST]




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            2
Rainwalkers 003-10-25N 56o 06.845 W 004o 02.149Nearest cache to our house! Great views of the Forth valley, the Wallace Mo
RayAl&boys  2003-02-20Our 5th find.Hope were the 1st.Trad trigpoint just over a drystone wall. .Cold windy & bleak up there today
            2
Red Lionfish010-04-17A very beautiful walk with fabulous views TFTC.
            2005-10-09Found quite easy with MuleSkinner very wet and windy.. N56 53.782 W004 56.363
Ribble Rebels
Rocky Balboa2003-12-10I have been waiting patiently for this one to come somewhere near bucks for AGES and was starting to co
            2011-08-06Doing the new caches and could not resist this one.
Ronaldshay Rumagers
            2
Rovi Ratuos 002-07-18My GPS took me straight to a small car park just past the junction heading for Devils Dike. There has bee
            2
Rovi Ratuos 002-08-31 Thanks to friendly flier I found it quite easily, having just come from Beggars Bush also by Friendly Flyer.
            2005-01-093rd
RudeNess and Margoid of 5 today; found easily on our way between Lullington Church and Hope Gap. Beautiful spot with grea
S.P.I.D.E.R2011-01-06YSN152, Tyle Du, N51 41.220 W003 59.644Found this trig whilst out with Terentius & Balooboat,Almos
SL&A        2010-10-25Second geocache of our October half-term vacation. Great weather and great views from the common.C
SMacB       2012-01-22Parked up and grabbed quickly whilst in the area. TFTC
            2005-01-03Found with no difficulty on a reasonably sunny day. The cache is not far from the magnificent viewpoint at
Saltdean Seekers
Seasider 2003-08-31I'm logging the Daresbury survey points which I photographed on the day of the NW meet before you cha
Seasider 2004-01-10Logging Naze Mount.Sorry for being late logging this - I've been away.Cheers!Seasider
SheriffLobo2010-12-24On a day trip caching tour from Cardiff to Bristol, we took the time to do this cache.TFTCSheriff Lobo and
Silver fox 2002-05-19Found it early Sunday morning when I was out on my bike. As the Relic Hunters said a right little rivot. I w
            2
Simply Paul 004-06-05An interesting one. This isn't a 'current' target, but I understand I can log 'old' targets without breaking any
            2
Simply Paul 005-10-01Hot on Bekie's tail (and Ian's too, but let's not dwell) I picked up this one having missed it a couple of days
            2008-06-12Crows Nest:A nice 3 mile round walk from my office filled up my lunch hour just right. Glad to see the step
Sinjy and Sadie
Slytherin 2003-12-265355.200'N, 129.021'W - GPS reading5355.174'N, 128.981'W - OS GPS dataWe were passing this one
Slytherin 2003-12-26N 53 53.612 W 001 39.615We were just around the corner doing a cache so thought we might as well po
Son Of Mim  2011-09-12Found on joint hunt with Greatmim. TFTC. Posed for a 'Found it' photo
Sparticus 2003-05-09Saw this cache posting last night whilst at work. Travelled to it after a night shift AGAIN. Arrived at 0800hr
Sparticus 2004-06-25As with Pyoung1s we were preoccupied with finding a missing cacher to photograph the point. I have bee
Sprogkeepers2011-07-23[:0) A week of firsts for us, our first FTF and our first virtual nice walk along the front to get this one
            & Mr Rhu
Sssmokin!! 2002-12-31Thanks for the nice surprise of a new cache in our area. We went out with our friend Naefearjustbeer and
            & Mr Rhu
Sssmokin!! 2003-10-07Hi thereWe were heading South to Liverpool, leaving last night and I did my email before I left and the not
            & Mr Rhu
Sssmokin!! 2003-12-29Well, we are heading South first thing tomorrow morning and I received the email at about 5pm tonight. It
            & Mr Rhu
Sssmokin!! 2004-05-14Went out this evening and found this one. Took coin (thanks Naefear) left coin (second prize)!
            2009-03-02Noticed this getting logged a few weeks back and decided to give it a go whilst in the area. Co-ords poste
Swirl and Wag
THE NOR-FOLK2010-08-01Found during Mega Weekend out with Dr Ape, & Cuppa (visiting from East Anglia) and the Scotmits who
TT Bellies 2009-06-28Interesting concept. Co-ordinates spot on but didnt actually realise what I was looking at for a while.
Tartan Titan2011-08-06Went up just after i had been to the Formonthills event...first vitual cache...number sent in email.
Tattylicious2008-05-03Found as part of the JamesandEllen Geocaching Team.Logging under new name to keep the correct num
Team Clova  2005-03-12Height 216mGlen Almond Easy find - just across the road from a lay by/picnic spot.
            2005-10-04Lovely walk to this one and another cache to bag within a few feet as well! Although it was a cloudy morn
Team Maddie UK
            2004-12-25Found it while out on a Christmas morning walk.Many thanks for this interesting idea.Summerlightning an
Team Marigold
            2010-09-11This was the last cache found today with the North Wales caching crew who were G6JLC, Lost'n'wet, The
Team Marzipan
            2011-08-13All I could find Was what looks like a big nail, like the OS men put in to mark a spot they are going to com
Team NarrowBoat
Team S-J 2002-04-02My first ever Geocache! Not quite typical but easy to find and I did manage to get the kids to walk up the h
Team Smeagol2007-08-25TFTC
Team Tate 2002-03-28Visited on the way home from work tonight. No problems finding the 'cache' as I know the area quite well
Team XL5 2006-09-30Almost a DNF! - it was well hidden amongst the brambles.
Teasel      2003-08-20Bonus - two finds for the price of one! (See my homepage for more!) Made it to the trigpoint without usin
Tehuti      2008-05-03N 51 35.945 W 004 01.510We learned today that mobile caches like this are very rare, so are delighted to
The Andes 2008-04-2711th find of today at 11.30am - this was an unexpected stop and a nice surprise as have never come acro
The Argonds 2002-05-22Our second cache. A bit boggy, wet and windy, but entertainment was provided by some poor young chap
            2008-08-25Accompanied HighlandNick to this one.
The Black Isler
            2007-05-05Craig Rhiw Ddu N 51 42.154 W 003 27.912 : We were pleased to log this virtual while attending the Sout
The Blorenges
            2011-10-25
The Bolas Heathens
            2008-08-04Brimham Rocks - called in here on the way home (the longway home that is) after attending the Mega Eve
The Brat Pack
            Hoppers
The Cache 2007-08-05Found at the roadside whilst hiding me River Yarrow Source cache - can upload me GPS tracks if need be
            2007-05-05#237Found by all of the team at 15:10 during a short excursion from the South Wales Event Cache.The re
The Cartooners
            2003-05-30
The Coastway Cruisers An intriguing one this, with lovely Sussex sea views. An excellent chance to test the trusty GPS. We ma
            2
The Crinklys 003-08-27Took a little while to find this one - thought a car was parked on top of it, but I was wrong!
            2011-05-21Found whilst out with a 'big team' during a Choughing good weekend event. We covered some miles!
The Defective Detectives
            2011-06-28Second time of finding this roaming around the countryside, this time in a former location, Flax Bourton ne
The Defective Detectives
            2006-05-27found at junction of Grand Union Canal and Wendover Armon bridge by sign BRAUNSTON 55 1/4M WE
The Fair Bears
            2009-03-04Fort
The Forgetful Elephants StaddonI dont think the cache setter has fully appreciated that this trig is in the middle of a military for
The Gaggle  2012-03-09Found with Imbol walk the dog and mini Gaggles here often
            2004-06-28I've been watching this one for a while and finally managed to to log it whilst doing the Missing Cacher nea
The Ghostbusters


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ws of the Forth valley, the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle from the track. The cache location however is surrounded by trees. If, like us, you end
ll. .Cold windy & bleak up there today.Boys part of the team weren't quite sure to make of a virtual cache.I suppose they will get used to not always find


ucks for AGES and was starting to consider doing a multi hundred mile trip to bag it but just in the nick of time It appeared right on my doorstep so I had

ading for Devils Dike. There has been some earth works and I wonder if the marker has been moved, I did find a couple of points of interest. One of wh
Beggars Bush also by Friendly Flyer.
nd Hope Gap. Beautiful spot with great views and interesting chalk horse.CFTC
 ut with Terentius & Balooboat,Almost missed it as it is totaly overgrown with brambles.TFTC
 and great views from the common.Cleeve HillYOSN BM55016N.51.56.155W.02.01.322TNLNSLTFTC"SL&A;"

 far from the magnificent viewpoint at High and Over - well worth the short walk if you have never been there before.
  day of the NW meet before you changed the co-ordinates!Seasider

 do this cache.TFTCSheriff Lobo and wife
elic Hunters said a right little rivot. I was lucky there was nobody about at the time.
 log 'old' targets without breaking any rules/hearts/records/the speed limit. Delete as relevant. This is the Trig Point in a wood behind Wendover, not far
one having missed it a couple of days ago. The big log at the entrance to the field has moved and there's tyre tracks across it - I hope no cachers have
 h hour just right. Glad to see the steps near the end of my quest and even better to see the view. Go a little further around from the monument and yo
  GPS dataWe were passing this one and it showed on the GPS. Must be a old one as I can't find a log ot show that anyone else had done it previously
 ache so thought we might as well pot this one off while we were at it. Blowy and wet!!

  night shift AGAIN. Arrived at 0800hrs. The last time I found it it was placed in the south of the wash. On arrival at the cache site my heart sank as my g
 r to photograph the point. I have been lucky enough to log this for the third time. Look forward to seeing it again when it comes my way.
 along the front to get this one
ut with our friend Naefearjustbeer and found the cache at 12:15 on New Year's Eve! A lovely day, frosty with bright sunshine. Happy New Year all!
 did my email before I left and the notification of this new cache was there!We did it on the way south, in the dark, furtively! At least it felt that way.I hav
 ed the email at about 5pm tonight. It was snowing a blizzard and pitch black outside. We must be mad, but we searched out the torches and took off t
 r) left coin (second prize)!
a go whilst in the area. Co-ords posted were clearly wrong, but realised the error and spotted this from a distance. Our 2nd one of this type in the last f
m East Anglia) and the Scotmits who kindly gave us board and lodging this weekend. TFTC
 hat I was looking at for a while.
ache...number sent in email.
 er new name to keep the correct numbers.Ellen (Tattylicious)

  well! Although it was a cloudy morning, it was dry. The monument is well hidden in the trees and a bit of a struggle to find. Thanks for this!Martin
 interesting idea.Summerlightning and the other members of Team Marigold
ew who were G6JLC, Lost'n'wet, The West Viewers and Horrid Henry.We had an excellent day out doing a circular walk clockwise around the Clent Hil
to mark a spot they are going to come back too.I tryed to take a photo but no luckSo if that's what I was hunting for Then I claim a Find.I could not find a
anage to get the kids to walk up the hill. Not a great day for views but a good spot that I can virtually see from home. GPS said I'd another 5 feet to go.

 cache' as I know the area quite well (Hi Tim!).A nice evening - with the exception of nearly getting jumped upon by someones dog who was out for a w

) Made it to the trigpoint without using a torch, but needed one for the way down. Lovely place, even if you're not a climber. Thanks outforthehunt![las
 this are very rare, so are delighted to be able to log it within our very first set of caches.
ce surprise as have never come across one before. Took photo. Greetings from Jersey. Thanks also to Phil of PhilPamAndRob for bringing us here.
s provided by some poor young chap who decided to fall into a bog.

 g this virtual while attending the South Wales geocaching Event. E-mail sent with required numbers. Picture will be added soon. Thanks for the opportu

e that is) after attending the Mega Event in Harrogate - will download the photo of the plate later in the week once we get organised! N 54 04.869 W 001
 can upload me GPS tracks if need be. The YOSM passed by within 5 foot of the parking spot TFTC
 the South Wales Event Cache.The required numbers will be emailed and a photo uploaded.TFTC.That's all folks!!!
chance to test the trusty GPS. We made the coords N50* 47.302 E000* 08.233 Elev.298ft. Thank you OFTH,                 The Coastway Cruisers[last edit: 6

d event. We covered some miles!
  in a former location, Flax Bourton near Bristol and at 3-4-1 cache (GC2PD36)I shall be looking out for it in the future!!!!
e by sign BRAUNSTON 55 1/4M WENDOVER 6 3/4BULBOURNE JUNCTIONO.S.B.M. 828N.51o .48.941 W.000.39.218pelting with rain no photoreg
his trig is in the middle of a military fort the contains the local communications centre and so is locked a guarded. We did as others have and took a pho

 t whilst doing the Missing Cacher near Aylesbury. Answers in the email.


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 rounded by trees. If, like us, you end up scrambling over the remains of harvested trees then you've probably gone too far along the main track.[This e
e they will get used to not always finding a treasure trove.ThanksRayAl&boys;[last edit: 2/20/2003 8:50:33 AM PST][last edit: 2/20/2003 11:28:26 PM PS


ppeared right on my doorstep so I had to go and get it. We (myself and Anna) had intended to get up early and go for it but after sleeping in till 3 it was p

couple of points of interest. One of which might be the correct marker.Rovi Ratuos




  in a wood behind Wendover, not far from The Lee in Buckinghamshire. Dan Wilson visited it on the 10th of December 2003 and was good enough to t
 s across it - I hope no cachers have been turning this one into a drive-by!Thanks for this cache. Again.SP P.S. Seeing so many people have logged thi
er around from the monument and you'll see the White Rose Centre.It was a school day but I didn't actually see any children around not even in the buil
 at anyone else had done it previously.The co-ordintes were well out from the published ones.


he cache site my heart sank as my gpsr was telling me it was on the other side of a huge hedge (see picture). walked up and down until I saw a gap. T
hen it comes my way.

 sunshine. Happy New Year all!
 urtively! At least it felt that way.I have some photos of our trip through the deep heather and a deer fence but cannot do anything with it until I'm home.
earched out the torches and took off to find the cache. By the time we got to Dunnet (at 25 mph) the snow had stopped and there was no wind, it was lo

 Our 2nd one of this type in the last few days, again hopefully enough info collected and e-mail to cache owner pending.




 e to find. Thanks for this!Martin

r walk clockwise around the Clent Hills, which took the whole 5hrs - perfect timing to get back to the GAGB CITO (visit link)    Had our picnic lunch at on
r Then I claim a Find.I could not find any cache to sign the log in.
 e. GPS said I'd another 5 feet to go. Took a picture, left only footprints.[last edit: 4/3/2002 12:31:09 AM PST]

y someones dog who was out for a walk! It was handy knowing the elevation of this cache - it gave me a chance to calibrate the barometer my shiny ne

a climber. Thanks outforthehunt![last edit: 8/21/2003 12:39:32 PM PST]

ilPamAndRob for bringing us here.


e added soon. Thanks for the opportunity to log this one locally.

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.39.218pelting with rain no photoregards norfolk12,and TAZ TFB
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e too far along the main track.[This entry was edited by Rainwalkers on Monday, October 27, 2003 at 11:56:18 AM.]
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or it but after sleeping in till 3 it was pitch black when we finally arrived! The car almost got stuck in mud but I managed to park on 0.23 away from it! M




mber 2003 and was good enough to tip me the wink when he returned here to do my own MISSING CACHER cache in these woods. Thanks for an inte
eing so many people have logged this cache several times, I guess it's ok. A note to clarify the rules on the page could be helpful though?
y children around not even in the building on the same side of the fence as the cache point - strange!Sinjy



ked up and down until I saw a gap. The hedge was thorny and nettles had grown to waist height. BRING IT ON!! This is what caching is all about. Neg



not do anything with it until I'm home.Took photo, left 52 shiny new pence!
pped and there was no wind, it was lovely and we had a bracing walk up to the cache.Thanks - we would never have gone out if it wasn't for the cache




visit link)   Had our picnic lunch at one of the panoramic viewpoints and met cachers collecting rubbish and caching en route. At about 3/4 of the way ro



 calibrate the barometer my shiny new Etrex.Thanks for publishing this cache.[last edit: 3/28/2002 2:08:33 PM PST]




ay, August 10, 2008 at 11:43:04 AM.]




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aged to park on 0.23 away from it! Made our way along the woodland paths using a torch and had it in sight after 15 minutes or so. I was shocked to fin




he in these woods. Thanks for an interesting cache. It's given me an idea for my own 'roving' cache!SP
ould be helpful though?




This is what caching is all about. Negotiated my way through and found it like I thought, on the other side of the hedge.[last edit: 5/9/2003 1:26:55 AM P




ve gone out if it wasn't for the cache and it was a lovely evening.




ng en route. At about 3/4 of the way round, we stopped for liquid refreshment - a really nice pint in the Fountain pub The sun shone on us but we did ha




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15 minutes or so. I was shocked to find yet another place I never knew existed here, congratulations coz I feel like I know bucks like the back of my han




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I know bucks like the back of my hand now! cheers for the idea! Dan.




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doing a grand job here and we were glad to support this CITO, and setting theys caches Thank you for keeping this virtual cache alive cheers guys.Mik




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             Biscuits
The God of2012-01-24Found whilst attacking the traditional caches around minions with Stampy, Lloyd77, Kernow Colussus, pr2
The Growler 2011-03-17Just a pile of hardcore!Pity.
The Hornet2002-11-04Been waiting a while for this to move somewhere near me. Managed to get it today while caching in Gree
             Men - Midget Crew
The Midget 2009-08-10Logging date: July 2010.But I did this cache back in August 2009 together with my mother and brother dur
            2002-09-04With a rare apperance of my oldest daughter Kristina on a geocaching mission and the nature of the actu
The Molinnis Crew
            2003-02-05Well this was a good excuse for a ride up to North Devon, We did Rockfords Treasure GC9D24 first and t
The Molinnis Crew
The Ollies 2007-04-28Soon found on side of road..... nicley fenced off.....Many Thanks,Love The Ollies xxxx
The Prince 2009-08-10We came to Caerphilly to collect the CC series. Had a fantastic time walking the hills of Wales, guiding m
            2002-05-19This was a right little 'rivot'!!! Storm clouds to our left and brilliant sunshine to our right with a rainbow in th
The Relic Hunters
            2002-11-16Found this little rivet no bother. A nice setting and a beautiful sunset beyond the fells. Thanks.
The Relic Hunters
            2003-02-24Yes I got this one. Good little run out after I droped the wife of at work.got your e-mail thanks the relic's
The Relic Hunters
The Sheriff 2002-12-14A first for my first. Having found the Cleveleys monument behind fencing last week, I took my new GPS12
            2
The Teddies009-08-29Well what a great day caching with all our caching friends.Heffalump007, Toffeeapple,Sunflower Lady, We
The Wildleys2004-05-10A beautiful, pastel evening. The Holms appeared to be floating on a layer of mist above the sea. An email
The Wombles 2002-04-20I visited the monument in Great Bedwyn this morning and found it easily. I recorded the following coordin
The Wombles 2003-05-06 You're right that this is a busy road! I often drive down here and made the mistake of visiting during rush
TheTwoMotts 2009-08-08Brean Down TSM348. N51.19.539 W3.01.660. Great views and had a nice walk to this one with ASFAST
Tim & June2002-03-30This cache is/was just a few hundred feet from one of ours (Monumental Journey) near Winchester so we
Tim & June2002-05-20Interestingly this one is right outside where the Ordnance Survey used to be. This is the second time we h
            2
Time for Tea009-09-271038. jbbs
Traxia      2012-03-21we couldn't let that little rivot beat us now could we didn't realise it'd be so small or perhaps we had our ey
Tuskies     2003-05-07Found this one at 6.30 pm 6/5/03. Don`t know how much we missed the Wombles by but the road was ve
Two Toggs2011-07-23Found this one whilst doing 3-4-1 (GC2PD36, but did not think about picture or numbers for the virtual cac
            2008-09-30Trig point picture at N 50 43.742 W002 06.720. Thanks for the cache.
Very Fit Bird
Von-Horst 2008-05-03We've been wanting to get this one for ages (there cannot be many mobie virtuals!) and today was finally
VonJim      2011-02-13nice to get something on one of my regular walks
Wadders 2004-10-12Found this one today and had been meaning to go here for a couple of weeks now.Great views form here
            2009-08-29Group find with heffalump007,Sunflowerlady,The teddies, Rebus34, Toffeeapple and me (see others logs
Westie Walker
            2009-12-07Found as a part of rent a mob, got a pic of Jollyjax GPS with the camera phone
Westie Walker
Windy Corner2009-02-22Parked nearby and found easilyWill email the owner with the relevant numbers and post a picture later wh
Wood Smoke  2003-08-10Logging and old one at 'The Devils Punchbowl'.N51 06.927W000 42.943Alt 279mWoodSmoke[last edit: 8
Wood Smoke  2003-08-27Found another old one in Southampton.N 50 54.791W 001 24.170Height 27mWoodSmoke
            2004-11-07N50.44.861 W002.38.647 Hope its not to late to claim?Eggardon hill boasts some of the finest views in D
Woodbury Walker
Zetetic     2008-07-02N51 48.031 W003 03.616Headed up to the summit after finding Merlins Cache 3, quite a few walkers abo
a0004uk 2011-01-27Out with witch24 and thought we would log this as we were very nearby ;)
aRRKS       2005-06-26Forgot the camera today so no photo. Used the kids crayons and managed a brass rubbing of the bracke
            2008-11-15Found with Miss allthebridges and Toby the Geodog!British Grid ref; 082447 11219Trig; s4038Nice to visi
allthebridges
            2011-07-24FTF!!!Amazingly I was At the spot complaining about another cache when I noticed this at my feet!!!!TFTC
allthebridges
alpharino 2009-08-05Thought we would just take a walk for this one as we were in the aera.Team AlphaRino...
andma313 2010-07-31Found during the ongoing event in the area. Nice area with a very nice view. Logged together with Heimda
andynelaine 2010-02-27GC45CCI couldnt hang around as i had my daughter in her pushchair on the side of the roadWe found a
badger      2006-02-25N 53 20.190 W 002 38.168SJ5782 - DaresburyPictures now added...One of many on a Grand day out...M
badger      2007-06-26WetherbyN5355.176'W00128.990'Found whilst on a short visit to York and surrounding areas. Nice exam
badger      2007-07-24MacclesfieldN5316.002' W00204.821'Stopped off for this one on our way over to Leek, and some photogr
badger4272  2010-07-10Visited Ye Old Survey Monument-Rivet at N53 57.662 W002 03.604. A glorious spot but wondered about
bikeit      2011-12-04out cycling today and thought that I should find a suitable Trig, and there may not be a much better view th
boatspeed 2002-05-24Oyvzrl, V'q arire unir abgvprq vg vs vg jnfa'g n pnpur! Orfg qrfpevorq nf n fznyy oenff fghq (nobhg na vapu
bonnieandliz2011-02-12Had a lovely walk with dog and rob from samandrob to find this cache many thanks
burtsbodgers2008-11-16found off of a very muddy path T4TC
burtsbodgers2009-08-10WONDER FULL VIEW BUT WINDYThis cache has been causing me head aches!It all started a while ba
            2011-07-24TFTC, found whilst looking for 3-4-1 x
buzzinbumblers
cachedrag0n 2009-03-17Found this cache when out grabbing another cache (GC1NCFC).Nice little bolt here.TFTC
cachorganic 2007-07-30#573 11.00I found this benchmark at Dumbarton castle;BM S5015 was on the highest spot of the castle w
christwigg 2004-04-13Not sure if the format is just one entry per site, but thought you might like the additional pictures of the las
            2009-09-24Visited while working on my walker's guide to the Isle of Mull.
countrymatters
crustyloafer2004-05-11Found this one no probs, particularly due to the fact it was only 10 mins walk from my house. Nice quick a
damsk       2008-04-06N 51 56.151 W 002 01.319Cleeve Hill Trig.Last of the snow for today. Nice to get out and enjoy the views
davy boy 2004-10-20Looked on the net to find this rivet on Exmouth prom,never knew about rivets till recently.Coords are N50
dcmat       2008-10-31Master A came for the run up the hill, whist Mrs C took the other little helpers shopping!Found with ease a
defiant9174 2011-05-26Found on a very windy day!Had S1841 ID code
dianafj     2006-01-27Nice view from the top. Took some pictures. See stevo185's log.Diana.
dianafj     2006-01-27My first of this sort of cache. See stevo185's log.Diana.


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ampy, Lloyd77, Kernow Colussus, pr2105 and The God of Biscuits.

  to get it today while caching in Greenwich.A nice easy find, thanks.
 ether with my mother and brother during our holidays, are a bit late logging, catching up now...
ng mission and the nature of the actual object we had to find made this an unusual if not bizzare way to clock up The Molinnis Crew's 50th find. Found i
ockfords Treasure GC9D24 first and then headed for Contisbury.Boy!! are there some steep hills around Lynton and Lynmouth, Certainly proved that m

 walking the hills of Wales, guiding my mum through the charming (narrow, steep and winding) mountain roads and camping in the wild.The caches wer
nshine to our right with a rainbow in the middle of the sea. Got some peculiar looks off passer-bys, has got to be the strangest one yet, you know what
  beyond the fells. Thanks.
k.got your e-mail thanks the relic's
 cing last week, I took my new GPS12 out when we went shopping. Dropped The Dragon at Freeport and went searching. The unit zeroed right above th
 007, Toffeeapple,Sunflower Lady, Westie,Rebus,Figurers and us -The Teddies ,you have the picture of us to prove we were there set by Heff.A great pl
 ayer of mist above the sea. An email containing further details of the location is on its way.Pity we didn't take our camera, but it was thundering and rain
 sily. I recorded the following coordinates on my Emap: N51, 22.758' and W01, 36.092' with an elevation of 124m.I guess that's a reasonable accuracy
de the mistake of visiting during rush hour.The only place to park is down the road opposite, and getting across the road in one piece took another 5 mi
d a nice walk to this one with ASFASTASFCUK, ASHOTASFCUK, FAMILYWOOD and ZOEWOODY. TFTC
 ntal Journey) near Winchester so we checked it out while doing this one.No problem finding it of course, but this is a new idea for geocaching. Great i
ed to be. This is the second time we have been able to log this cache, the first time it was within a couple of hundred yards of one of our caches.Than

be so small or perhaps we had our eyes shut last time.Found easily today . first one of this type we've found. Barrier still in the hole marking the spot! TF
 the Wombles by but the road was very busy when we were there too. So busy that the children had to stay in the car while we took it in turns to run do
 picture or numbers for the virtual cache. I just hope that this still counts but we can go back for pictures if required. TFTC.

mobie virtuals!) and today was finally our chance.Great views in all directions and a new cache almost within touching distance of the cache!TFTCN 51

 of weeks now.Great views form here of Exeter.N50.42.565 W003.29.396ThanksWadders
Toffeeapple and me (see others logs I will mail the co,ords to the owner, in the group photos posted by others TFTC Westie Walker

t numbers and post a picture later when we are homeTFTC
.943Alt 279mWoodSmoke[last edit: 8/10/2003 6:12:56 AM PST]
eight 27mWoodSmoke
ll boasts some of the finest views in Dorset, at the very edge of the chalk scarp and marking a geological divide. The views to north, west and south con
 ins Cache 3, quite a few walkers about at the trig but took some coordinates and pictures without any bother

 naged a brass rubbing of the bracket, how mad is that?Thanks for an easy find.
 082447 11219Trig; s4038Nice to visit in the daylight as this is a regular haunt with the Scouts on a Night Hike!....dodging the mountain bike traffic!!TFT
 when I noticed this at my feet!!!!TFTCI was sitting at the site when the notification came through!!!Photo to follow when I can work out how to do it!!!

ce view. Logged together with Heimdall, Ingabo, mbit and TLAJ during our Mega caching tour in Scotland. Thank you for the cache and greetings from S
  r on the side of the roadWe found a rivet .
 .One of many on a Grand day out...Matt[This entry was edited by mattwaggie on Sunday, February 26, 2006 at 4:12:36 PM.]
rk and surrounding areas. Nice example of a FBM, it is situated on a grass triangle next to the road.
  way over to Leek, and some photography at The Roaches. Quickly located the trig, which is slightly overgrown but still easy to find.
  A glorious spot but wondered about the'alien invaders' down by the riverside. TFTC
here may not be a much better view than this one The Location is N54 12.548 W001 07.802 Sproxton Moor D2 T2Email sent with Trig NumberTFTC
  nf n fznyy oenff fghq (nobhg na vapu qvnzrgre) vafrg vagb gur pbapergr, orgjrra gur gjb fyvcjnlf.V pna fgebatyl erpbzzraq gur arnerfg cho, gur Fjna, qve


e head aches!It all started a while back when i started using the Heat Maps in my profile!Everytime i used my pocket quiery to produce my heat map i g


as on the highest spot of the castle with fantastic views over de firth of Clyde.it's coords are: N 5556.211' W 00433.851'
like the additional pictures of the last site at Guisborough

 ns walk from my house. Nice quick and easy notch on the old cache tab.
y. Nice to get out and enjoy the views.
out rivets till recently.Coords are N50 36.701 W003 24.080
 helpers shopping!Found with ease at 4pm and enjoyed the views.FTF in new locationTFTC[This entry was edited by dcmat on Monday, November 03




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he Molinnis Crew's 50th find. Found it after a bit of scrabbling around, GPS was about 13 foot out.Many thanks for the most interesting cache we have s
 d Lynmouth, Certainly proved that my clutch on the car doesnt slip. Yet!!!!!!!!Found the survey point no problem. Has its own little plinth with posh notic

d camping in the wild.The caches were great, people even better.We dropped by from our holiday in Wales to attend the Mega Event and spent a few d
he strangest one yet, you know what we mean? Thanks for getting us there and for the log. The Relic Hunters(Carlisle)


 rching. The unit zeroed right above the rivet. Well impressed. Now, Whats next.The Sheriff.
e we were there set by Heff.A great place to cache steeped in history.T F T C
 amera, but it was thundering and raining when we left the house!
  guess that's a reasonable accuracy given the cloud cover/light drizzle and indicated accuracy of 7.4m.This is a really pretty little village and the monum
e road in one piece took another 5 minutes for a break in the traffic both ways.The view picture shows the location of the iron railings around the marker

s a new idea for geocaching. Great idea.Tim & June,Winchester
red yards of one of our caches.Thanks,Tim & June (Winchester)

er still in the hole marking the spot! TFTC
 car while we took it in turns to run down and have a look.This was very interesting I am going to look out for more now. The nearby village looks worth


 ing distance of the cache!TFTCN 51 35.945 W 004 01.510[This entry was edited by Von-Horst on Saturday, May 03, 2008 at 12:54:46 PM.]


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he views to north, west and south confirm these variations. The hill-top is crowned with the impressive ramparts and ditches of one of Dorsets best pre



odging the mountain bike traffic!!TFTC
when I can work out how to do it!!!

ou for the cache and greetings from Sweden!



 t still easy to find.

 Email sent with Trig NumberTFTC
pbzzraq gur arnerfg cho, gur Fjna, qverpgyl bire gur evire. Irel genqvgvbany, terng orre. N ovg bs n jnyx ebhaq vs gur sreel'f abg ehaavat gubhtu...


ket quiery to produce my heat map i got a rogue blue dot somewhere i had never been to let alone cached in! so i was convinced there was a floor in a




 by dcmat on Monday, November 03, 2008 at 7:00:33 AM.]




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the most interesting cache we have sought yet.Mike and Krisof THE MOLINNIS CREW
Has its own little plinth with posh notice. From the car park we could see the Welsh coast quite clearly.Many ThanksMike and Mandy with Tess and Jazz

nd the Mega Event and spent a few days caching in that area.Thanks for the cache.




ally pretty little village and the monument is in a very prominent position. I was also unaware of the existence of these datum points.Thanks for setting
of the iron railings around the marker, and the close ups were taken through these railings (why put railings round it?).My GPSr readings don't seem ve




 now. The nearby village looks worth a closer look if you have time and The Thames is very near for a pleasant walk.Thankyou.


03, 2008 at 12:54:46 PM.]




nd ditches of one of Dorsets best preserved hill-forts. Dating from the Iron Age over 2,000 years ago, this fort has not been excavated in modern times




ur sreel'f abg ehaavat gubhtu...


was convinced there was a floor in a programme that produced the heatmap! that is until now! when doing the research for our holiday in the area there




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 sMike and Mandy with Tess and JazzofTHE MOLINNIS CREW




hese datum points.Thanks for setting this interesting cache.
 it?).My GPSr readings don't seem very accurate despite letting it settle. Must be time to buy a new one (that's what I'll tell the management).Thanks fo




alk.Thankyou.




not been excavated in modern times and much of its archaeology remains hidden. The fort covers nearly 40 acres of the hill-top, its defences following




earch for our holiday in the area there was this blue dot so i looked it up and what was it thats right this cache!i had already done it! and as it keeps floa




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at I'll tell the management).Thanks for the cache.




 of the hill-top, its defences following the hill-slope on three sides and dramatically cutting off the fourth. Half of the interior seems never to have been p




d already done it! and as it keeps floating around the country so does my little blue dot.So there was only one thing for it, Find it again.Photo to follow wh




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interior seems never to have been ploughed, and a walk across it reveals a large number of depressions, thought by earlier archaeologists to be sites




for it, Find it again.Photo to follow when i get back from the trip.T4TC




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by earlier archaeologists to be sites of Iron Age huts. Only fresh excavation will clarify this. Bare and windswept today, Eggardon - Hardys Haggardon




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oday, Eggardon - Hardys Haggardon - might once have been a heavily populated, well-defended community, the Iron Age version of our vil




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ulated, well-defended community, the Iron Age version of our vil




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djh          2002-03-26Had a great early evening walk with the sun setting on the horizon, GPS took us to within 7ft. Thanks for s
djh          2002-05-21Hi,Visited this cache at 6:00am this morning on my way to work, I must be mad. As matter of interest the O
             2005-06-26Found first today early - will post pictures later -very overgrown but you can't miss it cheers dms
dmsstonerambler
dodgydaved   2004-09-121550hrsI think I found this one ok at the location stated on Staple Hill, overlooking the M3 near Sunningda
duck&cover   2006-11-27Visited this one on a night walk through Epping Forest -Check out the photo posted by Nick.
duncscott 2004-01-25Dropping a bug off at Wolf's Last Stand 120m away south of the Trig Point - super day today - info sent by
duncscott 2008-08-02Found with many more cachers attending the Mega Cache camping meet. The rocks were swarming toda
             2011-08-06Found today as part of formonthills event
dunfie doughballs
fawnsy       2011-08-06Found today at event and some of our group just had to do some surfing and planking.TFTC
fellsmanhiker2005-07-09Humphery Head,been here many times as it's one of the nearest trigs to where we live,we even did the ca
fellsmanhiker2006-03-18N54 09.397 W002 56.043 Visited the Trig after finding the near by cache (Humphrey's Scramble now sad
felmaith     2008-05-27We picked up this roving cache en route to discover the wonders of Giza. The coordinates of the trig poin
             2009-05-25Found trig near Corton, Warminster, Wilts at N51 08.970 W002 05.164. Thanks.Unfortunately the face pla
five tasty cookies
flamedodger  2011-07-31Found with Doyboyz, whilst down for the Mega on what turned out to be our best days caching so far for q
             2011-06-24got whilst out with sms and minitext, tftc my partner has emailed you the required information.
footloose&frodo
franky639 2009-08-09Found with team Delta123 from the Netherlands. He will provide the foto's
geoarab 2009-08-08Grabbed this one as we were on the walking past. Nice to finally get a YOSM.
              time
geocaching2010-10-18Cool
geohound100  2007-04-06N 50 00.167 W 5 15.189Predannack Survey MonumentFantastic views from atop a hedge.
geoki        2009-04-01N57 06.862 W002 06.023Loriston Trig Aberdeen.Did the cache here a while ago...it was a night cache wi
             2008-02-13A delayed find from when the cache was in Anglezarke many moons ago. (N5338.291 W231.406) Ok so
gingerbreadmen
gladstone8 2010-10-18No problems - with the hunt going by - first log of day
golden67 2012-03-11found together with abiian
gpswalker 2002-03-31I found your Cache on Sunday last and did not have a digital camera with me the bench mark serial numb
             2
graham1875009-09-24YSH059 Trig No S2493 Found on a trip to the Isle Of Wight with Stokesy from Birmingham. TFTC.
haakmeer 2009-08-07On the way to holms view we visited this pont at N 51 25.609 W 002 42.050, We took a nice (Landscape)
             2004-06-05Early trip out this morning, found no problem. Beautiful area with lasting views
harrogate hunters
iain4724 2009-08-09What a great idea for a cache. We had no idea this was here until we bumped in to Bignall Boppers whils
irishgems 2011-06-24found with sms and footloose daddy has emailed the answer. tftc
jayjaybee8 2011-11-21
             2
jellicacheers 005-07-03Popped over to this one on our way to the Wood Circle (which we couldn't find )Here are the younger me
jenandberry  2011-07-23#574Spotted this one on my phone whilst trying to look something else up. Occasionally the wild innaccur
johnypic 2003-09-03found the hirwaun view at 3 pm on sept 3rd, bit of difficulty as the cordinates led me to a very large flat roc
jrabbit88 2011-06-26Was attending the "Wild West Christmas Bash - 2011" with Tangled Two and decided to grab this one. On
kazclan      2006-09-12N51 39.813 E000 16.402OSBM S3874 trig pointthought i was in the wrong place. was completly buried by
kellspants 2007-09-21Cheers to docskell with this one
kennamatic2002-06-01Got the Richmond one at my fourth attempt! The first two times I couldn't spot a thing and I'd probably still
kezziandmark 2011-07-24Took a while to locate but after a useful hint from the parents we found it straightaway, tftc will send email
kiteflyer    2003-11-23It was right on our doorstep, so went out in the pouring rain to log it!! Many thanks, Kiteflyer.(Gary and Jan
linedancers2009-08-08A great walk this morning with Lollybob & Cashley The sun was shining and the views were something els
lodgebarn 2010-11-09
m@c          2003-01-03found this no problem, at first i thought it was a date stone at the fisherton church i had to find. but i was ta
mad bugz 2009-03-28TFTC, A quick find on the way to work.
marmal       2004-07-06Found the Edinburgh Bolt, while doing other caches in the area. Must say this must be the easiest cache
marmota monax2004-04-18spent a good while exploring the cliffs, love to come back with a westerly storm hammering into those cov
maveric1 2002-03-31Ye Old Survey Monoments Mount Down.Did this one after visiting Monumental Journey. Time of visit 12:0
mccallister552011-01-08Found at 8:07 with 'Team Solstice'. TFTC
metal-bijou 2011-07-30443 While atthenearby eventI'll e-mail numbers later as unable to at the moment.
metal-bijou 2011-08-05444 While atthenearby eventI'll e-mail numbers later as unable to at the moment.
mickabb 2003-03-193rd cache find during a hike round Surreys Devils Punchbowl. Hope its the object I'm after!
micky n dave 2011-12-02YSM 647 - Hutton.N54 10.899 w001 15.937D 1 T 2Found as the sun was setting, so we made a quick das
mongoose39uk 2005-12-28Found this one while out with Moote to take photo of a coin near the active station down the road. Pictures
mordant 2008-05-03N 51 35.945 W 004 01.510My first of this type to find. Had a great walk out to the trig point and enjoyed a
motherduck   2005-01-19Found at 2.10pm after a very muddy climb.There is forestry work going on a the moment.Lovely views ove
mprvannin 2008-08-10N 54 12.836 W 004 42.512Found whilst trying to avoid the rain on Sunday. Still a beautiful spot to enjoy th
muddypuddles 2012-03-17Found at the end of a long day's caching on southern Dartmoor.
mundy family 2008-05-27Glenalmond N56 27.670 W003 48.147This was close to where we were staying. Photo to follow.
mundy family 2010-07-29N56 23.376 W003 24.001 Kinoull Hills, Perth, whilst up for the mega. Photo to follow
             mike
mushroom 2010-05-02Found TP2253 Clyne Golf Cource Trig PointOSBMS2063N51 35.944W004 01.510 A lovely stroll while we
nevryan 2005-07-17Tregonning hill N50 7.305, W5 21.600. Found OK on a warm and sunny Sunday morning. I really should c
nigmag       2004-12-30N 50 47.305 E 000 08.227 - Afriston FBMFound easily on a brisk and chilly morning on our way to achieve
nobby.nobbs  2007-03-24lyndhurstn50.52.230 w 1.33.739this must be one of the most popular caches out there at the moment!!an


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GPS took us to within 7ft. Thanks for setting this cache.DJH
ust be mad. As matter of interest the Ordinance Survey was based here between 1841 and 1969. I returned after work to take a photo of the plaque on
 ou can't miss it cheers dms
 , overlooking the M3 near Sunningdale. I have posted the description off.TFTCdodgydaved
 e photo posted by Nick.
  Point - super day today - info sent by e-mail
 meet. The rocks were swarming today but nethertheless a great place, my first visit.

fing and planking.TFTC
s to where we live,we even did the cache (wolfs last stand)now archived,last year,our last visit was july 9th.05.so this is a retrospective log.
ache (Humphrey's Scramble now sadly archived)on the rocks bellow, A very nice area with great views.TFTC.
Giza. The coordinates of the trig point are: N 51 37.528 and W 003 16.078.
64. Thanks.Unfortunately the face plate is not on it but otherwise in good condition.
 be our best days caching so far for quality and variety. We had been here earlier in the day but forgot to get the pics, so returned later on. TFTC
the required information.



ews from atop a hedge.
e a while ago...it was a night cache with adventure, including security lights, dogs barking, cows and ripped clothing!!Censored log [so that i didn't get in
 ago. (N5338.291 W231.406) Ok so it was a lovely day but where on Earth did everybody come from? It's not this busy up here in the height of summe


 with me the bench mark serial number is in the photo that John from team Maverick sent I was with him at the time very nice location,Regards Jim tea
kesy from Birmingham. TFTC.
 42.050, We took a nice (Landscape) picture from the monument.Great views here, we love it.Greetings from The Netherlands

e bumped in to Bignall Boppers whilst caching who told us about it. The hardest thing was then finding the cache to log now after returning home becau


uldn't find )Here are the younger members of the Jellicacheers pleased to have programmed the waypoints in their GPS's themselves and found quick
se up. Occasionally the wild innaccuracies of phone GPS can have its advantages - the phone thought this was our second nearest cache when we we
dinates led me to a very large flat rock with a steel pin in it. i then realized the correct position was about 12 to 15 feet nearer the road. no plate left on i
Two and decided to grab this one. On arriving at the decided parking spot we noticed some mugglers. We parked and realised they were not mugglers
wrong place. was completly buried by nettles,ouch!TFTC

ldn't spot a thing and I'd probably still be looking this time next year if I hadn't read Boatspeeds encrypted log. If anyone tries it be warned, my third atte
nd it straightaway, tftc will send email tomorrow.
 Many thanks, Kiteflyer.(Gary and Jane)
ng and the views were something else but it was a little crowded and not only with cachers.TFTC

 erton church i had to find. but i was taken along the road to the ordnance survey datum block july 1999help line no. 084560500505 my gps took me righ

st say this must be the easiest cache ever! Park car, walk 80 yards, look down, nice one!
 erly storm hammering into those coves, the GPSr reports the exact co-ords you have.
onumental Journey. Time of visit 12:07pmCo Ordinates recorded N51 03.565 W001 25.555 Elevation 185 metersSerial No. BM 11621Team Maveric -1



its the object I'm after!
 was setting, so we made a quick dash from the car to the trig point and noted down all the relevant information. Despite it being dark, we could still the
active station down the road. Pictures attached to Mootes log. CheersTony
alk out to the trig point and enjoyed a picnic with friends and family near its base, enjoying the views and the irresistible ladder nearby!
ng on a the moment.Lovely views over the estuary also had good view of the sky as I came back down,very slippery!!!!Does this count as a FTF ?
unday. Still a beautiful spot to enjoy the Island. Thanks.

 ere staying. Photo to follow.

4W004 01.510 A lovely stroll while we were attending the south wales geocaching event, hubby explained about the ladder to nowhere close by.Mr and
nny Sunday morning. I really should come back with camera and without dog.
d chilly morning on our way to achieve our first FTF at "Hope Gap". No confusion with the trig point near the car park after reading the previous logs. Gr
 r caches out there at the moment!!and great for the views!cheers


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work to take a photo of the plaque on the near by wall.This is my second log for this cache but at different locations.Kind regards DJH




his is a retrospective log.



cs, so returned later on. TFTC




g!!Censored log [so that i didn't get into trouble with the law AND cache partners lawyer of a hubby ] (visit link)
s busy up here in the height of summer, good job it wssn't a box I was looking for, I'd have stood no chance .Thanks for bringing me back here and than


 e very nice location,Regards Jim team gpswalker



o log now after returning home because it had moved again. Email on the way with the requested info.


 ir GPS's themselves and found quickly and easily.TFTC
ur second nearest cache when we were stood on top of Portsdown hill, I think not! Only my second YOSM cache and this one was a much easier D1/T1
feet nearer the road. no plate left on it so no details of writing etc . all in all a good trip out. ken the cacheman
 and realised they were not mugglers but fellow cachers from the Xmas bash Turner Tribe and Squiffs. Enjoyed the walk up the hill on boxing day with th


 yone tries it be warned, my third attempt was aborted because it was high tide, so if you're travelling a fair distance check on the Thames Tidal tables.




. 084560500505 my gps took me right on top of it. very cold to day arran is covered in snow what a view. M@H.



Serial No. BM 11621Team Maveric -1 + Jim




espite it being dark, we could still the white horse of Kilburn in the distance

tible ladder nearby!
ry!!!!Does this count as a FTF ?




 e ladder to nowhere close by.Mr and Mrs Mushroom Mike, geokids and Meg the Dog.Diff 1Terrain 1.5

rk after reading the previous logs. Great views from up there.



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s for bringing me back here and thanks to Pengy and Tigger for alerting me to it (It's only taken me the best part of a year!)




nd this one was a much easier D1/T1 than the one at last years mega. Good views though. TFTC

 walk up the hill on boxing day with them and what amazing views. TFTC


e check on the Thames Tidal tables.




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novicejock 2011-08-14Not sure how this works, but found the trig, nice warm day in Scotland. Yes the sun does shine. Email sen
oddball29 2010-08-01Found out about this one from other cachers
page28      2002-04-08I pass within 2 miles of this every day, but it's on the other side of the valley to the road that I normally take
pd cachers 2011-05-22Quick cache and dash tftc
            2008-07-21Jury
peanutbutterbreadandjam Gut - Concrete base trig point.Nice easy find as we were led here by an interesting cache that is hidd
            2007-06-05A nice evening walk in an area we know well. Marked on the trigg point OS BM S5609.N50 29.594W004 3
pensilva plodders
persil23    2011-09-25Found this trig point. uploaded photo. Thanks
            2005-01-10N56 27.670 W003 48.147Nice easy find, good condition. Let Snaik do the jumping over the fence bit.che
perth pathfinders
            2010-07-19TP4241 KinnoullN5623.377 W 003324.002A trig, a seat, an information panel, a seat, a victorian stone p
perth pathfinders
pja_65      2005-07-04I know there was a trig point somewhere near here but had never been to it. Now I have! It worthwhile go
pli         2010-08-0115:12 Found this this on our walk in the Kinnoul hills. Great view. Thx for bringing us up here.Greetings fr
plymplodders2005-11-20Finally managed to nab this survey point near the Foreland in North Devon before heading to the nearby F
poohbear50  2010-08-03Travelling with Wild Rover - he has emailed owner on our behalf and posted the pictures. TFTC
preseli     2011-12-31Peniel / Bronnwydd BMhad to dig it out but the rivet was a beut once it was unearthed.N 51 53.3835', W 4
            2007-07-25Have e-mailed the details for the monument - been here before and its beautiful.
purplegiraffes
            2007-06-24cache #158 - 2007For some reason we decided we just had to do this one today. Didn't take into account
rainbow chasers
             uk
red squirrel2007-06-09Found while out in Wiltshire caching with Dorsetgal & GeoGog and Kaz.Something different TFTC.
relativism 2011-08-06TFTC
rodz        2007-03-13Kingston Wood - D/T 2/32007-03-13 08:11 1/5. I parked nearby at the bottom of the hill. I was a bit taken
rolfeclan 2009-03-29nice cache tftc rolfeclan
roolku      2004-09-20This thing is tiny! Glad they had it circled with paint.
            2007-06-25Found along with Andy33,just spotted it poking up through the nettles
sadexploration
scottpa100 2006-04-08N 53 09.264 W 003 15.308We were up at Moel Famau on the 2nd of April, so when Ye Ole Survey Monum
            2009-03-29sunshining so quick dash up and photo snap after work with geomollie TFTC [:D}email to follow
shropshire lasses
            2
sidneyalbert 008-09-20Found on an 8 mile walk on a warm sunny day. Thanks
signyred 2008-01-29Have been up Skirrid a couple of times, the first was on my mum's birthday (18/3/78) when doing the Abe
smstext     2011-06-24wow what a view from up here, we did this as a group, myself, footloose&frodo; and minitext. have emaile
snaik       2005-01-10Not far from me this one, easy to get to just over the fence, GPS made it N56 27.670 W003 48.147, TFTC
            2011-01-24Our first Ghost Cache
soggy-campers
sorrystate 2006-01-22Found this trig point on Beacon Hill Bottesford on my way to 3 County airfield cache at N52 56.891 S001 4
spioradsaor 2004-01-27Whoosh! Just beat DD to this one. Now where Icome from with its engineering and shipbuilding backroun
starzinger 2010-07-31Took this wit Hoppetossa and Perossian during our stay in Scottland far the Mega. Hoppetossa have mai
stevo185 2005-05-07Macclesfield. N53 15.997 W002 04.818. Pity about the litter all around it.
stevo185 2005-05-27Walked from Don't Look down with Browni and Phoenix. N53 10.332, W 1 59.978.
stevo185 2005-06-12Upper Heydon, surface block with one bolt/rivet that I could see. Coords N53 31.660 W1 51 448.Steve.
stevo185 2005-12-26Was in the area at another cache and thought I might drop down to this one. The farmer came to ask if I w
            2008-08-02enjoyed our visit to Brimham TFTC
stonefielders
sunroad 2010-08-01Monument found with 2v, Luna B and olea. See their logs for details.Takk for cachen.Greetings from Norw
            2
susiemerlin1009-08-08Views were fantastic on a very clear dayWell worth the 216 steps up!email sentTFTC
swisscrusoe 2009-03-19I don't think I've ever seen one of these before. Seen plenty of the big concrete blocks of course.Also 2 fo
sycmassive2007-04-14Found as a group!
sycmassive2007-07-03Found as a group
tafftoo     2011-07-30Hans upp,Terentius and myself.
teamkkml 2012-02-06Found under 3 inches of snow. Managed to locate by careful use of a trowel
            2003-12-08Well this
the claret one/ the dragon lady was a weird one glad the Dragon Lady was not with me, This cache is in the place where I do no
theblack 2006-06-24Clipper Down - Tucked away in the corner of the woods next to a leanto shack. Found while doing The Wa
            2011-05-25Did while finishing the wreckers series. Found letters and numbers osbm s8141. Thanks for bringing this
thepowellfamily2010
            2
tim&amanda005-04-24This one is only a couple of miles from home and on one of my regular mountain bikes routes. Didn't kno
tims        2002-11-10A wet & horrible Sunday morning - luckily I found the cache within about a minute. Took two blurry photos
tude        2005-07-02found easily on the way back from brown moss
unowho67 2008-12-06Found whilst completing a lovely circular route. See photo. T4TC.
vix92008 2007-05-05Craig RhiwTFTC #946
whitingiom 2008-08-10N 54 12.836 W 004 42.512Corrin's Folly with junior Whitingiom & geohound. thanks for putting it on the ro
windrush 2007-07-18I am not really clear what we are supposed to do in logging where we went today.The cache listed yesterd
windswept 2004-12-2853.34.056 003.00.856.We all logged this together at Slytherins 1000th cache bash.It's my photo - Alex's G
witch24     2011-12-04Had to walk past this one today
wjrs5       2003-01-11Stood right on the spot and there's nothing there. I suppose it could have sunk into the ground but as the
             pack
wobbly ram2005-07-28Tentative find as went to the trig point but did not record all of the required.
wrose       2010-04-11Visited with Applepye and Bluewhitereg whilst attending the Baildon Camp & Cache Bash 2010 and at the
zilnor      2005-12-21Found this one after the Deep Dene cache atN54 52.205 W001 46.091. Forgot to take camera.
zoewoody 2009-08-08Great little walk to the cache, did this one with TheTwoMotts!! :) Zoewoody Happy Caching



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 d. Yes the sun does shine. Email sent

 valley to the road that I normally take, So I made a slight detour on my way home tonight. My good old yellow Etrex said it was 101m when laid at grou

re by an interesting cache that is hidden behind this trig point - so a two-fer-one!Awesome! And my first YOSM find! Thanks OFTH. Email on the way.
int OS BM S5609.N50 29.594W004 32.644T4TC

do the jumping over the fence bit.cheersperth pathfinders
tion panel, a seat, a victorian stone picnic table, can see for miles and miles with brilliant views, an excellent spot.cheersperth pathfinders
en to it. Now I have! It worthwhile going to King Henry's Mound as there is a good view out to Twickenham, Heathrow and Windsor. An extra bit of valu
x for bringing us up here.Greetings from DenmarkK&P; Lindemann
Devon before heading to the nearby Fore cache.Plymplodders (Pete)
  posted the pictures. TFTC
 it was unearthed.N 51 53.3835', W 4 17.3060'Thanks to Cloudspotter for sending the sketch to us

 s one today. Didn't take into account the rain, the wet and the tall crops in the field which we waded through. One good thing we did remember the walk
Kaz.Something different TFTC.

e bottom of the hill. I was a bit taken aback to see a sign suggesting that pedestrians were to be charged five pounds. However, I realised that this app



  April, so when Ye Ole Survey Monuments came into the vicinity, had to bag it! Here is our photographic evidence!
 ie TFTC [:D}email to follow

rthday (18/3/78) when doing the Abergavenny 3 Peaks Trial.Last time I was up there was with West Bromwich Mountaineering Club on New Years Wal
ose&frodo; and minitext. have emailed the answer for the whole of us. tftc
de it N56 27.670 W003 48.147, TFTCSnaik

y airfield cache at N52 56.891 S001 47.477The plate number is BMS 1751 Sorry state
ngineering and shipbuilding backround a "bolt" is somewhat larger than this. However its there nevertheless.Right on the spot .My old magellan was sp
far the Mega. Hoppetossa have maild the recuired information. TFTC Starzinger from Sweden


rds N53 31.660 W1 51 448.Steve.
his one. The farmer came to ask if I was lost, but was very friendly and we had a chat about trigs.Difficult to get a good pic as it is so well buried.Steve.

Takk for cachen.Greetings from Norway,Sunroad

 g concrete blocks of course.Also 2 for 1, which is a bonus.TFTC Swisscrusoe (209)




is cache is in the place where I do not like to go it it nearly broke my heart. (blackburn) What can I say the monument just looks like a dung heap a pyra
nto shack. Found while doing The Watcher Gives Caches near by. No views from the trig, Ivinghoe beacon trig just down the road is much better for vie
osbm s8141. Thanks for bringing this down our way.
 ar mountain bikes routes. Didn't know it existed and must have passed it on many occassions. I approached from Upleatham side on a lovely clear sp
 out a minute. Took two blurry photos. My 6th.Tims.



ohound. thanks for putting it on the rock...
e went today.The cache listed yesterday was [Ye Ole Survey Monument hut circle] which we found to be at N50 29.593 W4 32.645The Flush bracket is
 th cache bash.It's my photo - Alex's GPSR.A well done joint effort.

have sunk into the ground but as the soil was frozen solid it was a bit difficult to test that hypothesis. The supplied map is spot on to the metre but, I repe

Camp & Cache Bash 2010 and at the same time as doing the Neolithic Geocaching Adventure (Wherigo Cache). Lovely up here today could just about
91. Forgot to take camera.
woody Happy Caching



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 x said it was 101m when laid at ground level...

d! Thanks OFTH. Email on the way.



cheersperth pathfinders
 row and Windsor. An extra bit of value is the telescope which is 'free of charge'!




good thing we did remember the walking boots. We ended up so wet and so muddy it was unbelievable. But still felt it was worth it. A nice walk although


nds. However, I realised that this applied to the forthcoming event there. I was soon pretty warmed up after the steep climb. Fortunately, having come




untaineering Club on New Years Walk when I made summit as N 51 degrees 51.545 & W 002 degrees 58.359




t on the spot .My old magellan was spot on with nine sats and no position error showing.Thanks OFTH.....good one and just down the road as well.




good pic as it is so well buried.Steve.




ent just looks like a dung heap a pyramid type thing covered in straw and a traffic cone on its side thankyou for the cache good luck           The Clare
t down the road is much better for views of the area.

m Upleatham side on a lovely clear spring day with great views from the top.




 .593 W4 32.645The Flush bracket is number S5609.Today we find the cache is not listed under that name.All is in good condition and I have logged ou


map is spot on to the metre but, I repeat, there's nothing there. No rivet, just frozen grass. Now found it (16/02/03). Thanks to Dave Schofield for uncove

Lovely up here today could just about see forever.Many thanks - will e-mail details required.




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lt it was worth it. A nice walk although a little "damp". TFTH


eep climb. Fortunately, having come from below, I was on the right side of the box plant and although I walked past it once, I found it quite easily. It cer




e and just down the road as well.




 cache good luck            The Claret One




 good condition and I have logged our visit on www.waymarking.comNice Trig point to visit with good views all round on a sunny day at last.[This entry


Thanks to Dave Schofield for uncovering the rivet.[last edit: 2/16/2003 10:21:27 AM PST]




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st it once, I found it quite easily. It certainly is well hidden.This entry was edited by rodz on Tuesday, 05 July 2011 at 21:10:23 UTC.




nd on a sunny day at last.[This entry was edited by windrush on Wednesday, July 18, 2007 at 12:17:22 PM.]




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