Recognised this style of recipe right away; I’ve been cooking things like this for years: maybe I’ve even got the same recipe book as you?
Anyway, it didn’t take me long to have a doughnut in one hand and the cache in the other. I was slowed down a little by the discovery that I accidentally left my GPSr on charge in my hotel room this morning, but luckily my phone did well enough to get me to the GZ.
Neat hiding place: you couldn’t manage a spot like that back in the UK, where I do most of my caching! TFTC!
Thanks for sharing (and maintaining) this cache, and for making it possible for me to discover this wonderful corner of the city. SL, TNLN, TFTC, and greetings from Oxford, UK! FP for possibly being my new favourite cache.
My geosense was tingling as I approached the GZ and soon the cache was in hand. I’m guessing that the thing it’s attached to is not frequently used, if the cache has remained undisturbed for so long! TFTC!
09:56 Excellent cache in a great location. The hint was very helpful as even the small number of muggles around this early on was enough to require some stealth… and a useful TOTT – my phone, set to record video and held nonchalantly in the direction of the hide – helped too! Greetings from Oxford, UK, and TFTC!
Had to wait a long time this morning while muggles small and large passed by, but eventually found a window to go rummaging in the hobbit hole. Unfortunately the world’s slowest dog walker – who passed me earlier – is now only just reaching about where I suspect the next one in the series is, so I’ll probably have to skip that one.