Whilst I was in the middle of attempting to complete the Hatley Heart Attack series, one of the two responsible COs added another whole loop.
I had a few days holiday left to use up and, of course, the kids were on holiday. Time for a bit of caching then.
A bit of a two-day mega post, consisting of a Saturday afternoon around Measham, followed by a Monday morning in the car.
A cold and grey day in December with nothing much to do. Might as well go hunting for tupperware.
A November day and all was well with the world. I managed to pursuade Ami to come out with me to do a bit more of the Hatley Heart Attack.
A winter’s day, a Friday, and a day off work, because I’d got holidays left to take.
A few days previously I heard some chatter on Facebook about a massive new series that ran pretty much covered all of the distance in between Biggleswade and Cambridge.
Another one of Charlie’s Loops to do. It started pretty much right next to my church micro at Bow Brickhill, so it gave me the opportunity to maintain that one while I was there.
A couple of loops to make a busy autumn day. One started near Hamerton Park Zoo, and one started in Thurning.
This was the first of a whole load of new caching series in Milton Keynes entitled “Charlie’s Loops” – This one looked appealing enough to warrant a day off work to do them.
A long Saturday walk through some rolling hills on the border between Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire.
A couple of big days out in Kent while Kas took the kids up north for a few days.