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    Default Off to great yarmouth

    Were off to BActon just north of Great Yarmouth next week.

    Has anyone got any must do cache recomendations for us ??

    GC codes please :cheers:
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    what sort of caches do you like?
    There are a couple of trails nearby each with 10 caches and mainly micro's but are nice walks. meeting hill meander GC19DD9 and weavers way wander GC19R1G, the same people have a couple of multis in the area that I havn't done yet but other multis set by them that I have done have been excellent BUT must do involve a long walk. GCTE2X GC12Y47 are a couple that are on my todo list.
    Have a good holidayc:cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger-Eyes View Post
    what sort of caches do you like?
    All on our profile page on GC

    http://www.geocaching.com/profile/?g...2-971fa56defeb

    Kids and micros dont mix
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    This is an excellent walk around Yarmouth but its a micro at the end so not sure if the kids would like it


    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...7-12aad8c4d08c


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    Not that I have done it ..... but certainly one that sounds good.

    Treasure Island GCD182

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maple Leaf View Post
    Not that I have done it ..... but certainly one that sounds good.

    Treasure Island GCD182
    I have done it and it is a FANTASTIC cache my favourite by far BUT you need a boat or canoe to get to it and most of the hire boats available won't go in the shallow water

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    GCMETV was a very good walk around with a nice big Ammo box at the end

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger-Eyes View Post
    I have done it and it is a FANTASTIC cache my favourite by far BUT you need a boat or canoe to get to it and most of the hire boats available won't go in the shallow water
    Your right they dont but mad people can.

    Its a good job we dont have the ability to upload smells with logs, that thick black cloying mud was rancid, i was banned to the back of the boat

    Nice week but any longer without hills would of driven us mad.
    "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to serve as a horrible warning."

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