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  • (01-10-2021) United Kingdom (UK) > Devon
    Star Amberel:

    The geopath was my main target of the day, though I had a great many "extras" on my list. Having already done one AdLab stage plus one GC cache, this was the first of the GeoPath caches.

    After a very warm walk on the east side of the north moor in my shirtsleeves yesterday evening, I thought the most significant weather issue today was going to be stopping my chocolate from completely melting within the fist few minutes.

    Not so! Parked up the campervan in thick cloud, with the wind whistling and howling around me. It was to be a damp day in the cloud, with a few light outbreaks of rain, the very good news though was that it never rained hard. And my chocolate didn't melt at all, on the contrary, it was so hard I could hardly get my teeth into it ;-)

    Lots of admin to do on this first GP cache, a geocoin and a GeoKret and a couple of bonus numbers to record. I picked up the GeoKret and shuffled it along to the next GP cache.

    I have just one single recommendation available (they are difficult to build up on openaching) and as the GeoPath definitely needs one, the first cache seems to be an appropriate place to put it.

    Thanks for the cache,

    Rgds, Andy