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The Slaughter Family

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  1. great how did you the the pics to look like that (ie with the tape on the corner), may I ask?
  2. double check your answers and working out for the petes haven. One wrong number and you will be at sea (like all multis). Pier on the nano is a fairly easy find, with a bit of cachers eye and minimal muggles. currykev is right too, if you can get to the downs and local area there is some fab walks and caches for the taking. Don't know how 'mobile' you are.
  3. Sound fair....plenty of green space outside the city
  4. Similar thought here. But would steer clear of London itself. There are other possibilites in the surrounding counties though I would have thought/
  5. Hope you enjoyed the cache .......yes I suppose there are a fair few locally with my name in it....... Yes sadly there is often a collection of rubbish there. Perhaps you could CITO (cache in trash out) while there to stop the council men taking the cache by mistake? It is working well at the spot where the Newhaven travel bug hotel is. Markedly improved the area too. Thanks for the tip off to HoD Off to look at that one
  6. Hi and welcome to this addiction, sorry hobby I suspect you may have seen our name in the logs? Have you done wired in.....it is on the seafront - a different container for a log (I say no more). How far are you travelling for caches, or are you limited to the town? Oh and well done on that fab find rate since July
  7. srry not to have answered. thanks for the answers. been away and at the fab mega
  8. bit late, but we have a whip fishing pole as our flag pole. £7 (collapses down to a nice size too)....and lashed to our windbreak. Stayed up during the mega. The sleeves I am informed that go over them to fly flags from can be found on the auction site
  9. Yes well done keehotee Not had time to get to our local cache
  10. Hi and welcome to this hobby/addiction I am in Eastbourne, so not really close enough to help, though feel free to email/message if need be. There are 2 meets coming up in sussex http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_detai...af-dccdc3795956 http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?wp=GC1TAEQ Pop along if you can. If you attend you can log this and it counts as a find too Happy caching.
  11. Thank you all. Could not see the wood for the trees. Found the tool bar in google earth and changes the readings So think I have cracked it
  12. I forgot to take co-ords from a trail start point when I laid a cache yesterday (thought it was not needed at the time). Is there anyway online of pointing to a map and getting co-ords. They do not need to be 100% accurate as it would be a road junction. I have tried to fathom with google earth but not having much luck. Thanks
  13. Do you have a bookmark page for these?
  14. Seems random.....Sussex is 2 multis and one quick cache and dash (with a twist)
  15. Same here......I have found some of my caches, but that was before I adopted them
  16. On the pub things....there is the country pubs of sussex series
  17. hi, thanks for that, very useful blog. ill look closer at those cache details cheers Thank you, and happy to help .....good luck with the caching. I usually head for terrain 2.5 max when caching with DS2......and see if there are a collection in one spot....like the Summer Picnics etc...happy caching
  18. we were caching in the New Forest last year, ok not with a buggy but with a walk 'allergic' toddler ...... There were a few caches in one area Summer Picnics..etc.......check our blog here if that is of help
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