Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
It started as a bit of a “can’t be bothered” sort of a day, having given up on my initial plans to travel the other side of Bedford.
Another day, another trip to the Hatley Heart Attack. On this day I was joined by DJ:CD and we decided we’d start in Sutton.
Time for the MK Boundary Walk Blue and Magenta sections to be consigned to the great tupperware box in the sky.
The end of a chunk of the MK Boundary Walk series of caches, which had passed their sell-by date some time ago and had started to be visited fairly infrequently.
My best ever year of caching so far, or at least the most fruitful.
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.
A winter’s day up in the North East. The sun was shining and the kids needed to get out and run around a bit.
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.