The next day after the Shenley Wood Shuffle we had a spare hour after work, so decided we cleared the remaining caches in Shenley Wood.
On a windy Sunday afternoon in July, what better fun than to wander round a bit of ancient woodland looking for small clip-lock boxes.
A Saturday morning wander around Willen Lake in search of a few noddy caches while Kas went for a run.
A Friday night jaunt with the twin objectives of testing the Garmin and entertaining the kids until bedtime.
How can Broughton, in the middle of a major urban centre, still have barren areas that 3G signals don’t reach?
A Saturday afternoon amble around the Ouse Valley Park in Stony Stratford, wandering around looking for tupperware, and listening to Abba.
A little jaunt up Tattenhoe Linear Park one night to have yet another go at an elusive cache.
A happy weekend up at the folks house, with a bit of time spent wandering around reformed spoil heaps looking for tupperware.
A quick cache & dash after school that turned into a bit of a bike ride with a handful of caches found.
Our first successful geocaching venture on home turf. We fooled the girls with the “going to the pub” ruse. The pub in question has a good play area.
A full family, bike-mounted affair on a balmy Friday night. We didn’t find much though.