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.
The Worst Services

The Worst Services

So what do you do at the worst services in the UK ? You turn your bike around, buy a posh coffee, collect the caches, and move on.

Windy Weekend

Windy Weekend

A bank holiday weekend up north, and for us a whole new caching experience, three whole degrees north of our normal haunts.

Wavendon Wander

Wavendon Wander

Monday lunchtime wanderings through some fields looking for caches using memory of Google Maps and a bit of on-the-fly estimation.

Linford Wood

Linford Wood

Trees, sculptures and tupperware on a balmy Sunday afternoon in Linford Wood, one of my favourite bits of Milton Keynes.

Fat Food Friday

Fat Food Friday

A payday tradition of eating things your doctor doesn’t want you to. Followed by a bit of random geocaching.

Tattenhoe Tally-Ho !

Tattenhoe Tally-Ho !

Thursday lunchtime, working at home, so what do you do to pass the time? Tally-ho round Tattenhoe on the bike, searching for tupperware.

Ridiculous

Ridiculous

We didn’t even realise you could claim finds just by going to the pub, but that’s just what an event cache is.

iBletchWinspiration

iBletchWinspiration

Who needs to do packing for a fortnight away on holiday when you can spend your evening geocaching instead ?

Breakfast at Tibshelf

Breakfast at Tibshelf

Is it possible to cache whilst on a business trip, wearing a suit and not in possession of a GPS device ?

Friday Night

Friday Night

A Friday night dash round Stony Stratford, preceded by a visit to a fast-food restaurant that rhymes with Zack Ronalds.

Monkston Madness

Monkston Madness

An evening of cycling for exercise whilst rummaging around in the undergrowth. Which is a lot better than it sounds.