A long day of trudging through shin-deep squidgy mud, punctuated by the occasional finding of a geocache. It was hard work.
I was minding my own business on Facebook one night when a certain local geocaching blogger asked me if I’d like to contribute to his experiment and answer a short quiz about my life in geocaching.
Having done the top half of the Minions a couple of weeks ago I thought I better go do the rest. After my first trip to the Minions around I had 38 left to do.
My first major trip out since the COVID lockdown, with the prospect of a major caching exercise on the radar. The chosen location was over to the east of Biggleswade for the One in a Minion series of puzzles. The form here is that it’s a bit of geoart that draws a Minion.
A Bit of Background In the early part of August I was sitting at the PC one night and I got round to thinking about geocaching. I hadn't done any for ages (not since March, just before the COVID lockdowns started). OK, I'd been a bit busy trying to fix up the back...
The Sketch An attempt on the "Heal the World" series of 78 puzzle geocaches near [[Hadstock]] in [[Essex]]. The series forms a piece of geoart that looks much like a globe. Who could resist that, huh? I was accompanied by the Happy Hunter on a long day out. When they...
Leap day – one day every four years when people who are usually slightly insane tend to go completely doo-lally. On this particular occasion, I decided it would be a good idea to drive half way around the country saying hello to the same group of people in 11 different places.
The annual UK Mega geocaching event was being held in Aberdeen. I know someone who lives there.
Wandering around the countryside near Cambridge. Well, why not? Especially as I hadn’t done much caching in 2019.
You’ve got more rabbit than Sainsbury’s. Why don’t you get it off your chest?…etc. Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit, rabbit!
A rodent with massive ears. Blimey! Who could resist a day of caching to draw a picture of Mickey Mouse?
A mildly disappointing lack of diminutive gardening experts, but quite a lot of plastic containers.