The rest is history. Well, mainly it is geography, but you know what I mean.
Caching around Sunderland in the snow. Excellent ! The kids were being supervised by grandparents and the sun was shining.
Caldecotte is a balancing lake, but I have no idea what it’s balancing on. There were a few caches around the lake’s edges.
Wandering around the countryside looking for bits of tupperware with a stinking cold.
How can I describe this without totally giving away the game. Ahh bum ! I was planning the route for a puzzle that requires a 10km journey.
Fields, fences, footpaths and hedges, some containing tupperware.
A bicycle borne trip with the plan of measuring out steps for a half-marathon themed cache. The plan failed.
The previous night’s failure to complete a particular geocache was really grating and needed to be corrected.
What better on an autumn afternoon than to leave the kids somewhere with the parents and dash off for a bit of tupperware hunting.
A solo effort by bicycle one evening once the kids were in snoozy land, with the purpose of finding a Kitey.
An afternoon jaunt through a relatively empty piece of parkland, while Kas and Izzy watched Ami climbing up an indoor wall.
According to the song, it’s grim up north. I’m not sure why, given that it has canals, trees and Maccy D’s for a Friday night.
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