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    Default Grrrr......Snow!

    Right...enought of this snow. Can't go out hunting because snow = blatant evidence of where we walk....... AAARGGHGHHH!!!!
    He who hesitates is not only lost, but miles from the next exit.

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    My nearest (and newest) unfound cache requires a knowledge of Mendelssohn symphonies to get the final co-ordinates. It had crossed my mind that, in the current weather, tracks to the final location may help rather than me swotting up on Mendy. In fact, if i'm quick, i could do all the troublesome caches i've not found yet if they have a found within the last week!

    Do I/ Don't I!!!!

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    Got bored with being stuck at home today so went out and found 4 caches in the snow. One had tracks from a previous cacher yesterday, I don't think it particularly helped me seeing the tracks, in fact I thought they were from a dog walking muggle until I read the log!

    The others - well, I wandered around so much in circles before I found them that my tracks are more likely to hinder than help any future cachers - and anyway,the snow will be gone by the weekend, won't it?

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    I think by the weekend the problem will move from snow to MUD !! :wacko:
    Happy Caching

    Gazooks

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    Mini-Geek Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazooks View Post
    I think by the weekend the problem will move from snow to MUD !! :wacko:
    Yeah! I have just come back from a cache (FTF ) and had to push my bike up a VERY slippy and muddy hill! It was tiring, but fun!

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    Buckleberry Guest

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    Typical. Have a day off tomorrow for pure caching indulgence and the temperature is set to plummet! Long-johns and thermal socks in the morning...

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    Snow? May have got a bit of sand in my boots getting this FTF


    Chris (MrB)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Blorenge View Post
    Snow? May have got a bit of sand in my boots getting this FTF
    Chris (MrB)

    No signing the log , no 'find' claim!

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    I reported the cache problem to the owner and he was happy for me to claim the find

    Chris (MrB)

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