The rest is history. Well, mainly it is geography, but you know what I mean.
Filling my time up around London while the good lady wife was preparing to dice with death by swimming in the Serpentine.
Filling my time up in Lincoln while one of the kids was doing a training day. I went geocaching, obviously.
A day of doing lab caches down the smoke in London. It was a cool but mainly sunny winter’s day and I walked a massive distance.
A day of geocaching near Therfield, in Ryoland, accompanied by the man himself as well as with Candleford. Many caches were found.
A day of geocaching with Candleford and Makaraka, attending an event and clearing a few other caches in Bury St Edmunds
A day of geocaching in and around Bedford, tying up some loose ends. I spent it partly with Makaraka and Candleford, and partly on my own.
Another day of geocaching up near Downham Market, this time attacking the Pentney PedalAthon series and associated hangers on
Wandering around Leeds finding answers for Adventure Labs geocaches in the pouring rain, while the Good Lady Wife was running
A day of geocaching with CDinc, Candleford, and waggerswinners around the Bouncing Butterflies and Shouldham Shoe Shine series.
A day of geocaching with Candleford and Archer Phoenix at the West Harling Walk, in the woods to the east of Thetford.
A day out on the bike around various Norfolk villages, searching for tupperware and for somewhere to stop for a cold drink.
A day of geocaching from Sudbury to Tutbury with Candleford, The Long Man and Steve of Church Micro fame. And some cows. I don’t like cows.