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    Default No longer a geocache virgin

    Hello Folks,
    I just got home from a hiking holiday around Glen Coe in the Scottish highlands and I'm happy to say I found my first 9 geocaches ever, a few of these took me to some amazing places that I wouldn't normally have seen. I'm definately hooked now, I'm away to do some local ones tomorrow.
    If any of you are ever up in the highlands I would highly recommend the cache "The Death of Power". One of the most interesting hikes I have done with some amazing views and a huge dam in the middle of nowhere.

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    RuberyBlue Guest

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    Hi slorach,

    Welcome!

    I have the 'Death of Power' on my watchlist and received your log today. Its on my 'To Do' list and every log wets my appetite more and more!

    Its one of Billy Twiggers, who is sadly no longer with us, but appears to have been a prolific placer of classic caches! Hoping to do this one and a few of his other placings when I get to the 2010 Mega Event.

    Keep caching!

    RuberyBlue

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    nobbynobbs Guest

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    great to have you here, thanks for the tip. any good pubs nearby? LOL

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    Surely there would be only one pub to mention when talking about Glencoe....

    :cheers:
    He who hesitates is not only lost, but miles from the next exit.

    How Many Roads Must A Man Walk Down Before He Admits Hes lost?

    Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. - TS ELLIOT

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    Hi Slorach

    Its both on our watch and to do list too... one day we may get chance

    welcome

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    uktim Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Family_Moose View Post
    Surely there would be only one pub to mention when talking about Glencoe....

    :cheers:
    Aye. You can't beat the kingy

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    We had the priveledge of doing the Death of Power a few years ago.

    Superb cache. Link below for those who dont have it on thier watchlist.

    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.a...e-ea4d6e4f80b9

    "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to serve as a horrible warning."

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    markandlynn, that is a stunning pic, the weather was a bit better when you were there!


    Thanks for the warm welcome folks.

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