The rest is history. Well, mainly it is geography, but you know what I mean.
Wandering around a massive lake whilst geocaching and providing dinner for the insects.
Caching around Cambridgeshire with one man and his dog, drawing a picture of a famous cartoon character. If that’s not a bit obscure, I don’t know what is.
A long day of trudging through shin-deep squidgy mud, punctuated by the occasional geocache.
A certain local geocaching blogger asked me if I’d like to answer a short quiz about geocaching.
Having done the top half of the Minions a couple of weeks ago I thought I better go do the rest. After my first trip to the Minions around I had 38 left to do.
My first major trip out since the COVID lockdown, with the prospect of a major caching exercise on the radar. The chosen location was over to the east of Biggleswade for the One in a Minion series of puzzles. The form here is that it’s a bit of geoart that draws a Minion.
Trying to rediscover the mysterious mojo after a very long period of not going geocaching.
Doing the “Heal the World” series of puzzle geocaches at Hadstock in Essex with the Happy Hunter.
One day every four years when geocachers go even more doo-lally than they usually are.
The annual UK Mega geocaching event was being held in Aberdeen. I know someone who lives there.
Wandering around Cambridgeshire. Well, why not? Especially as I hadn’t done much caching in 2019.
You’ve got more rabbit than Sainsbury’s. Why don’t you get it off your chest?…etc. Rabbit, rabbit!