9. Jan, 2022

Correlation

When I go out caching now, I have got into the habit of make sure that I include a multi and a mystery (not a challenge or a bonus) in the mix.πŸ˜€ I am on my way back to Danson Park this morning and I will only have time for a few select caches. Here’s how it went.πŸ€”

I took a slight detour through Blackfen for the CM - The Good Shepherd multi. I had failed here a long time ago but in hindsight,  looking through previous logs and more insight of the COs MO, I had a good idea where the cache was, even though I didn’t have the solved coords.

And so it came to pass, I put my hand straight on the cache.πŸ˜€ I drove up to the WM - Welling multi near the park. I had found out what Eddy said last week and was rewarded with another quick find.

I was now in the Park and making my way towards the DP - English Garden multi. This was a 4/1 and I had gathered most of the dozen or so bits of info a couple of weeks ago. Once I had got all the info and seen the cunning twist regarding the roman numerals, I crunched the numbers and had some decent coords. Now what does the hint “relax and feel” mean to you? Well, it wasn’t what I associate with that as there wasn’t a seat or a bench.πŸ₯΄ I soon had the cache in hand  although the hint was as much use as a chocolate teapot.πŸ˜‚

The last one of the morning was Correlated Laws, a 4.5/3.5 mystery. This one had taken me ages to solve and in the end, it was the help of a friend that solved the mystery for me. However the final location was some distance up a tree.πŸ₯΄ As you know, I‘m always game for a climb if I think that I’m in with a chance. So I climbed until I couldn’t get any higher and then started to descend on the other side of the tree. I found the cache about ten feet below my highest point. So I was more than pleased.πŸ˜€

1 Mystery 3 Multi 

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