As we had both the dogs with us in the car and the closest unfound to home was at Haughmond Hill, which is a perfect dog-walking area, we decided to kill two birds with one stone.
We parked up in the main car park and set off along the paths through the woods to the cache. It took me quite a while to grab the cache as the nearby path was busy with Sunday afternoon walkers and I kept having to stop searching while they went past. Pesky muggles!
I eventually found the cache in the really obvious place that I’d looked at first, but obviously not hard enough.
We then carried on our walk to make it circular. The dogs absolutely loved the walk in a place they have not been to many times.
After dropping the dogs off at home and having a cuppa, we set off for another walk near home to explore an area where they have just put in a new pedestrian bridge over the River Meese. We took a cache along just in case there was anywhere suitable for it.
We’ve wanted to put a cache out here ever since our other Meesechievous caches were set so we’re glad the area has finally been smartened up and the cache is now in place.
I’ve submitted the cache this morning so let’s see how long it takes to get published.