A day out with Daughterus Minimus tramping across the muddy fields of west Cambridgeshire looking for bits of tupperware.
You can’t beat a Church Micro or several, especially on a bright, sunny day in January.
It was a very grey, dank, and pretty miserable kind of a day, but Ami and me had decided we were off out for a bit of box hunting regardless.
New Year’s Eve, and we’d arranged to go out for a bit of a walk, and do a bit of caching, with some of our friends, the Burlaces and the Weedons.
A pre-birthday afternoon out in the car whilst up at my folks’ near Measham, finding a few local church micros.
The Woolley Mammoth. A series near Huntingdon passing through the village of Woolley, hence the name.
A quick dash around the quiet Bedfordshire village of Houghton Regis with BingBongLong on a sunny Saturday afternoon in December.
A long day out up the top end of Northamptonshire doing a couple of loops that looked appealing.
A caching jaunt around Hatley in Cambridgeshire with Ami and BingBongLong, on a grey and murky late autumn afternoon.
Halloween Hides time of year again. This was the fifth annual Halloween Hides and Creepy Caches mega event, and it proved to be the last one too, at least for a while.
Hacking along the River Dee on a Saturday afternoon.
I’d been working on a bunch of puzzles so I could make an attempt at forty puzzle finds in a day. This was that day.