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  • (01-02-2020) United Kingdom (UK) > Devon
    Star dixie_gooner:

    Smithy138 and me had a long overdue trip on to Dartmoor today. We had the Bench Tor series as a back up from a previous day which we had deferred due to bad weather. At the last minute I was available today so we headed out here.

    I had this cache saved as an additional for today and thought that we would have to approach it from the road. However as we neared the Alphabet Challenge I saw that we may be able to cross the river and get to the falls. Once across the river we followed the track as much as we could and all was good until we made our decent. It was at this stage that I believe my stick became a casualty of the day.

    I headed down to the falls themselves to take some pictures before actually looking for the cache. We took the necessary bearings and had a fruitless search. I then resorted to reading previous logs and it was a log with the addition of a picture of the cache which eventually put me in the right place.