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.
Mickey’s Mystery Tour

Mickey’s Mystery Tour

A rodent with massive ears. Blimey! Who could resist a day of caching to draw a picture of Mickey Mouse?

Titchmarsh

Titchmarsh

A mildly disappointing lack of diminutive gardening experts, but quite a lot of plastic containers.

Weston Underwood

Weston Underwood

Oh go on then! One more day of geocaching before getting the new calendar out.

Tour de Haddon

Tour de Haddon

A fairly significant day of caching round an area I now know like the back of my hand.

Winter Geolympix

Winter Geolympix

The latest of Simply Paul’s mega events in a familiar location, but at an unfamiliar time of year.

Souldrop Revival

Souldrop Revival

A quick dash around the village of Souldrop and a case of déjà vu all over again

A Lille More Time

A Lille More Time

A mega event, and a trip to previously unvisited French city to do as many different cache types as possible.

Forts & Dunes

Forts & Dunes

My third visit in a row to the annual GeoNord mega event in Northern France

Stockbridge

Stockbridge

A summertime stomp around Hampshire with Pesh and the Happy Hunter.

Litlington

Litlington

A hack around the Hertfordshire countryside near Royston, chasing bits of tupperware, as ever

Colouring In

Colouring In

How many new French Departments could we visit in one day, without being totally silly about it ?