Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
Doing up the garden, because it’s not like we would have been able to go on holiday anywhere.
A year with no particular plans or targets for geocaching, and as a result, a year where not much geocaching was done.
Work with Basecamp and Memory-Map brought me back to the Garmin Montana. Maybe I should design some more Garmin icons.
Emboldened by successes with other tools, I went back to Basecamp to see if I could figure out how to use custom icons. It wasn’t too hard.
I’ve been a user of Basecamp for ages but it has a few issues I don’t like. So I tried exploring Memory-Map. It was time well spent.
Mr Google was telling us we had a very long drive to reach Calais. 870km, to be precise. And after that, we’d still have another 200km to get home from Folkestone.
A grand country house belonging to a member of the French aristocracy, which has now been converted into a museum celebrating the Revolution.
You can’t beat a fortress on a hill. That’s why they used to build them up there. Anyway, Grenoble has one that’s on top of a mountain.