Geocaching Adventures

In May 2010 Kas dragged me off into a park in Marrakech to “play a new game”
The rest is history. Well, mainly it is geography, but you know what I mean.

 

It’s All About the Numbers

Profile for MKGees

Studying Theology

 

Geomorphology is Fun

Climbing the Greasy Pole of Success

Geocaching

A game in which players use multi-billion dollar satellites to find bits of tupperware hidden in the woods.
Helsingør

Helsingør

Our sixth day of geocaching in Denmark, and a visit to the town of Helsingør, home of Hamlet’s castle, supposedly.

Slotsholmen

Slotsholmen

Our fifth day of geocaching in Denmark, and a return visit to the area around Slotsholmen for another monster day of geocaching.

Lund

Lund

Our fourth day of geocaching in Denmark. Except today we were going to Lund, which is in Sweden. Well, it kinda easy to get there.

Amager Strand

Amager Strand

Our third day of geocaching in Denmark. Today we were off to Amager Strand – an artificial beach that was walkable from our hotel.

Roskilde

Roskilde

Our second day of geocaching in Denmark. The plan was to visit Roskilde, the home of deceased Danish royalty.

The Citadel

The Citadel

Our first day of geocaching in Denmark, including the well-touristy areas around Amalienborg, The Citadel and the Little Mermaid

Off to Denmark

Off to Denmark

Heading off to Denmark with a planned week’s holiday of sightseeing and (mainly) geocaching. It was a busy old trip for the caching.

Beachamwell

Beachamwell

A day attacking a circuit up near Beachamwell, close to Downham Market.

Swim Serpentine

Swim Serpentine

Filling my time up around London while the good lady wife was preparing to dice with death by swimming in the Serpentine.

Lincoln

Lincoln

Filling my time up in Lincoln while one of the kids was doing a training day. I went geocaching, obviously.

Piratemania

Piratemania

A day spent at the piratemania event, held about as far from Davy’s Jones’ Locker as it’s possible to get in England.

The Chili Series

The Chili Series

A day down near Winchester attacking the Chili Series, which required the use of poles with hooks on the end, amongst other things