Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
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.
I had a professional exam to take after a period of, well I’d like to call it “intensive study” but it would probably be better to call it “not being bothered” over the summer.
A couple of big days out in Kent while Kas took the kids up north for a few days.
My first day out caching after our rather epic journey to the Algarve for our summer holiday. The weather was quite Algarvian though.
A long journey home with a very early start, and a ridiculous delay at the airport.
Just what you need to make the reality sink back in again.
A day with no particular plans other than chilling and packing and drinking all the remaining beer out of the fridge. I increased the time pressure by going out caching all afternoon.
Our final day trip out and we were a bit stuck for where to go, so we started off by going somewhere we’d already been once.
And then we went to a couple of new (to us) and rather lovely places.
It seems every holiday has to have a visit to some kind of water themed amusement park.
This might have been another one in the series entitled “Not a Lot Happened”. It was saved by an afternoon trip to the nearby Praia do São Rafael.
What could be better than flying behind a big parachute over the open ocean ?
Or looking for bits of tupperware stuck up the side of a cliff ?
Seville is famous for its oranges, although most of them get shipped to Dundee to be turned into marmalade, allegedly.
We didn’t see many while we were there anyway.