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A Splendidz Decade - OK0491
An initial puzzle followed by a field puzzle
Owner: hal an tow
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altitude Altitude: 105 m. ASL.
location Region: United Kingdom (UK) > Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire
type Cache type: Puzzle
size Size: Regular
status Status: Ready to be found
hidden Date hidden: 17-11-2018
creation-date Date created: 09-11-2018
published-date Date published: 16-11-2018
last-mod Last modification: 16-11-2018
Found 1x Found
Not found 0x Not found
Note 0 notes
watchers 1 watchers
visits 15 visitors
votes 1 x rated
score Rated as: n/a
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Hunting grounds  Not recommended at night  All seasons  Available during winter  Field Puzzle / Mystery 

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description Description EN

This is a puzzle cache, you will get nuffin at these co-ordinates apart from an establishment which , one way or another, might help ...

suspiciously empty space ps9

When Splendidz mentioned her 10th 'cachiversary' would soon occur, it seemed only right to mark it in some way, and as I'm not the intrepid tree climber, bridge dangler or boat paddling cache setter type, it had to be a puzzle. Maybe with a little cross country run training on the way to it

But what to base it on that would have at least some connection to (intrepi)Didz ? Horses perhaps ?

Binky ? Shadowfax ? Boris the Lipizzaner ? There's a 'Country Life' list ranking the 50 most famous horses ...Milton, Red Rum, ... nah, too easy ... I can't plant a quiet snare there to throw the genius off in the wrong direction .
Market Harborough then ? Some time ago I tripped over a quote from someone whose navigational ability was like mine. He sent a message home from the railway station:
"Am in Market Harborough. Where ought I to be?"

That would be a good cache name for a wheirigo ... maybe I should do a wherigo instead ....

In the end I chose to borrow a colourful convention from a certain rodent and went with this :

N 52 XX.XXX W000 XX.9XX


Congratulations Didz, hope you enjoy the puzzle !
waypoints Additional waypoints
Stage Symbol Type Coordinates Description
waypoint-icon Virtual point N 52° 28.884'
W 00° 48.785'
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