A collection of articles about my statistical journey through the world of geocaching.
A game in which players use multi-billion dollar satellites to find bits of tupperware hidden in the woods.
The end of the year, or the start of a new one. Time for the usual chat on social media about geocaching achievements and targets.
A year with no particular plans for geocaching, and hence a year in which not much geocaching was done.
2018’s caching diary, in somewhat-short-of real time. A day-by-day account of my caching exploits.
2017’s caching adventures, in list format. Another year of hunting cunningly hidden tupperware.
2016 proved to be my slowest caching year since 2012, but what I did do was mainly very good.
My best ever year of caching so far, or at least the most fruitful. A day-by-day account.
Back on the caching trail for another year, this year armed with a new Garmin Montana, which it took a while to figure out.
2013’s project was going to be to try to fill up my “Days I’ve Been Caching” matrix on the stats page. Or maybe the “Finds by Date Placed.” Or the “Finds by Month Placed.” One of those.
Another year of tupperware hunting, and this time it all got a bit serious. It’s becoming a bit of an obsession.
My first full year of caching, with still plenty to find near to home. So lots of little trips out to get a few at a time.
There were no specific targets I set for caching in 2010, mainly because at the start of the year I’d never even heard of it.