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Geocaching is an outdoor sport or activity in which cachers use a GPS receiver to find a "treasure" hidden by other participants. Caches are watertight containers containing items for exchange (mostly inexpensive trinkets) and a logbook in which the finder records their discovery of the cache. The coordinates of the cache's location are stored in online databases such as opencache.uk, along with the description and instructions necessary to find it.

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OK0439: Brentor Church
OK0438: Bleak House
OK0437: Fantastic Voyage (RotN)
OK0431: Hare Pie
OK0436: 2018 Dartmoor Challenge - Littaford Tor
OK0435: 2018 Dartmoor Challenge - Hart Tor
OK0434: 2018 Dartmoor Challenge - Hound Tor
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  • (01-01-2018) United Kingdom (UK) > Cornwall and Isles of Scilly
    Star Amberel:

    Here at last! It's been a long walk up from Candra, and will be a long walk back, into a ferociously strong wind, but it was worth it.

    When I set out from London yesterday morning I had four specific caches that I wanted to visit - these were my "primary targets" and the others I would do on the way and on the way back, even though they were good caches in their own right, were almost incidental. Brown Willy was the third of those primary targets to be crossed off the list.

    I was very thankful I had printed off the spoiler before leaving home; I think this one would have been difficult without it and I would have hated to register a DNF on this particular cache.

    A great cache, thanks.

    Rgds, Andy