Geocaching Adventures

In May 2010 Kas dragged me off into a park in Marrakech to “play a new game” – The rest is history.

It's All About the Numbers

Profile for MKGees

Triangulating the UK

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Climbing the Greasy Pole of Success

Geomorphology is Fun


Studying Theology

Geocaching

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

Grafham Grabs

A Sunday jaunt over towards Grafham Water to finish off a couple of bits of circuits I’d missed out on before – the Woolley Mammoth and the S2E2.

Yaxley to Conington

Yaxley to Conington

I set off with the objective of trying to make over 100 finds, and I’d decided that the A1 to the south of Peterborough would be a good place to go. I ended up setting a new

Wirral Wander

Wirral Wander

While we were up in Liverpool again for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon I took the opportunity to go and do a bit of caching on The Wirral.

Letchworth Disaster

Letchworth Disaster

To quote one of my logs for the day “Forgive me while I swear. I sacrificed my GPS at this cache.” I put it down while signing a log. As I went to pick it up, I knocked it and it fell down a drain.

Cockayne Hatley

Cockayne Hatley

Titter ye not ! It’s what the village is called. I didn’t make it up.

Doing Dover

Doing Dover

Well, we had to really. I couldn’t go to Dover for a long weekend and not do that tempting looking caching series along the tops of the cliffs. That would be a waste, if not a criminal offence.

Molesworth Melee

Molesworth Melee

A long solo day out in the Cachemuda Triangle – a cache-packed area in the middle of a triangle formed by the A1, A14 and A45/A605

Missile Silos

Missile Silos

I had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend an all day training session at a client’s site. I stayed overnight right next to the old Greenham Common site, near Newbury.