The Bugle’s Geocache has been resurrected – which makes me wonder if it ever disappeared in the first place.
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UPDATE UPDATE: The cache is back – perhaps it never left?
UPDATE: The cache has been pinched – so don’t go looking for it right now. I’ll replace it soon!
Found the cache easily enough and it’s good to be able to support a new cacher in the area. There are more logs in the cache than here on line and I think at least one of the logs was by a muggle due to the content of the comment.
Which is intriguing… Have some grumpy teenagers written something rude in there? I’ve been really busy recently, so I’m wondering what on earth has been scrawled in the log book!
UPDATE UPDATE: It is back! So hunt away! See here for more info.
UPDATE: The cache has been pinched – so don’t go looking for it right now. I’ll replace it soon! See here for more info.
So this may look like a tube of vitamin pills, but is actually a secret stash of treasure, hidden somewhere in Blackheath. If you go to the Geocaching website, you will find these mysterious coordinates:
These correspond to a precise location on Planet Earth (note the extremely low “East” value, that should give you a hint). If you programme these numbers into a GPS unit, it will take you to the treasure.
When you get there, open it up, and mark your name on the log book inside (there is a pencil there too). If you want, you can also take the (extremely exciting) treasure inside. But you can only take the treasure if you replace it with something else. It can be any treasure at all, so long as it is legal, and isn’t perishable (no food or drinks).
Let me know if you find it!