Geocaching Adventures

In May 2010 Kas dragged me off into a park in Marrakech to “play a new game” – The rest is history.

It’s All About the Numbers

Profile for MKGees

Triangulating the UK

YOSM statpic

Climbing the Greasy Pole of Success


Geomorphology is Fun


Studying Theology


Geocaching

A game in which players use multi-billion dollar satellites to find bits of tupperware hidden in the woods.
Oast with the Most

Oast with the Most

I decided on Wednesday evening to go to the Kent Mega. Short notice, but thankfully very easy pickings.

Lutton Lambada

Lutton Lambada

Another dash to Cambridgeshire for some more easy pickings.

Big White Nose

Big White Nose

Cap Blanc Nez – It’s big, it’s white, it looks like a nose, and you can see England from the top.

Knokke Heist

Knokke Heist

I am probably making more of a joke out this town’s name than is strictly necessary.

Kent Dash

Kent Dash

A quick dash over the river to follow in the footsteps of a big green ogre, apparently.

Yakkety Yaxley

Yakkety Yaxley

My caching year started off fairly slowly. This was a solo effort to try to get things moving a bit faster.

Hauxton

Hauxton

A coldish day over Cambridge way, with a few bits of tupperware on the cards.

Banburrrrrry

Banburrrrrry

A cold day hacking my way around Banbury, looking for geocaches.

Keyston Kaper

Keyston Kaper

Fifty-something finds on a winter’s afternoon, and a near death experience involving light aircraft.