My first day out caching after our rather epic journey to the Algarve for our summer holiday. The weather was quite Algarvian though.
Someone, somewhere, once said there was a geocaching challenge that requires you to find 10 or more multi caches in a day. That sounds like something that needs to be achieved.
A Sunday jaunt over towards Grafham Water to finish off a couple of bits of circuits I’d missed out on before – the Woolley Mammoth and the S2E2.
I set off with the objective of trying to make over 100 finds, and I’d decided that the A1 to the south of Peterborough would be a good place to go. I ended up setting a new
While we were up in Liverpool again for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon I took the opportunity to go and do a bit of caching on The Wirral.
To quote one of my logs for the day “Forgive me while I swear. I sacrificed my GPS at this cache.” I put it down while signing a log. As I went to pick it up, I knocked it and it fell down a drain.
Titter ye not ! It’s what the village is called. I didn’t make it up.
Well, we had to really. I couldn’t go to Dover for a long weekend and not do that tempting looking caching series along the tops of the cliffs. That would be a waste, if not a criminal offence.
A long solo day out in the Cachemuda Triangle – a cache-packed area in the middle of a triangle formed by the A1, A14 and A45/A605
I had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend an all day training session at a client’s site. I stayed overnight right next to the old Greenham Common site, near Newbury.
Sawtry – Because if you’re surrounded by villages called The Giddings you can probably get away with all sorts of weird names.
Time to do the only remaining section of the Milton Keynes Boundary Walk series for which I had yet to collect the bonus.