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  • (01-03-2020) United Kingdom (UK) > Devon
    Star Amberel:

    I had planned to visit this cache on my last trip to the West Country, but I had to give it a miss as I was trying to squeeze too much into too little time. But I have been fortunate to have a holiday in Cornwall with Mrs. Amberel, and we called here on our journey home.

    It drizzled with rain all the way from Looe until we were parked here, and I set off by myself. But I hadn't gone 100 yards before I felt the rain was stopping, so I went back and roused Mrs. A from her book to join me walking to the Tor Smile.

    And a very enjoyable short walk it was. The bracken was still damp from the rain but no more fell from the sky. We enjoyed the super views.

    Mrs. A was much taken by the little Guatemalan Worry People but during the holiday I had used up all my swaps, so I left a couple of pounds in the log bag - I'm so sorry for the unimaginitive trade.

    Another TOP CACHE for Spannerman.

    Thanks for the cache,

    Rgds, Andy