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Good story Bambam.. sure I have seen you in some caches.. The best days on Dartmoor for me is about 50/50 caching / letterboxing. Interesting info.. I'm Sure Simon will put me straight on caching numbers but I estimate approx 2000 caches on Dartmoor.. at the moment. As for letterboxing I have friend...
Hi WW that is brilliant info, Walkham Step was always one of my favourites as less known about than others, amazing that you have the original book. I haven't visited the letterbox since the 80s although I always keep an eye out when in the area, just in case. I enjoy finding long lost time capsules...
Walkham Step, for sure, one of the first 20 boxes sited on the moor, but not included on the WH Smith letterbox leaflet. Very memorable use of an old fuse box... but who sited it there?? any idea ?
- Thu Jun 04, 2015 9:23 pm
- Forum: Letterboxing
- Topic: Oldest Box found with the fewest recorded finds?
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interesting that. Bet it was near Botalick excuse spelling...The Wanderer wrote:A few weeks ago, found old box on the Cornish Coast, sited in the 80's, I being the first visitor for 15 years, second in 24 years!! Always keep your clues, you never know what gets lost over time!
- Wed Jun 03, 2015 9:45 pm
- Forum: Missing or Damaged Letterboxes
- Topic: Beardown Man original box 1978
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Last weekend I brought in this classic box, the stamp I can repair but the book is well mushed. Does anyone know the current owner so I can contact to arrange return or adopt, looks like it hasn't been maintained since around 2002 many thanks (my records show I first found this box in 1979) I think ...
- Wed Jan 28, 2015 9:50 pm
- Forum: Letterboxing
- Topic: Come on... Where is everyone
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Hi love reading these threads as enjoying a return to the hobby after my long break, had some great walks already this year, Fur Tor NYD, then all up around Yes Tor & Dinger, and a third walk on Bodmin, all of which yielded some great letterboxes and dare I say it, geocaches. Looking forward to ...
Hi Everyone, seasons greetings and all that.. a couple of weeks ago I found a very nice stamp, wet damaged, no book and very well grown in, looks quite old. It was located near the zeal Tor 3/4 marker. Its called Spectral figure- Crockern Tor. So why was this here???? and how long had it been there?...
trekkernod wrote:Just to inform you, my Sharp Tor box has been brought in. The other one of mine, Hawks Tor is still on site.
YES I STILL HAVE THIS ON MY LIST TO GET... no rush, its been out there about 20 years hasn't it?