After a day & night spent in Norwich, where we drank several beers. Some local…
…We headed off to Knettishall Heath.
The first cache was found by the gate. I say ‘found’ as initially there was a deep panic as we had no signal at all here. Luckily ‘The Man’s’ IPad worked (thank God he had saved an offline list).
The next cache was cleverly disguised in a silver birch stump. I saw something unusual, had a feel and there it was. The log was quickly signed and replaced.
The next few caches came thick and fast, all except one which I found, touched and even moved & examined before discounting and looking at some broken fishing wire, I then investigated several other trees before Hertfordshireboy triumphed. Yes I’m an idiot!
We discovered a lovely cinnabar moth here who happily posed for photographs.
Next came a tricky one. We found it easily enough but it had an added twist: To find the log you had to search again! We worked for this one!
By this point we were flagging slightly so it was back to the car for coffee & a geosnack but not before seeing a grey Patridge and some hatched eggs.
But the best thing for me came towards the end of the day. As we’d walked round we’d lifted several correlated iron panels but had seen nothing. Then towards then end of the day we lifted one and saw…
We looked for two more caches then came accross another corrugated iron panel which we lifted to find…
Here is a closer shot!