Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
Trying to rediscover the mysterious mojo after a very long period of not going geocaching.
A long, thin space that had become overgrown and unloved. Time to spruce it up a bit.
The most awkward area of the garden rework to plan and build, due to the absence of right angles.
I’d got tired of looking out of the windows at a back garden that was in desperate need of some TLC.
There was a small and nearly rotten bit of fence joining the house to the garage. Time to replace it.
Doing the “Heal the World” series of puzzle geocaches at Hadstock in Essex with the Happy Hunter.
One day every four years when geocachers go even more doo-lally than they usually are.
A year with no particular plans for geocaching, and hence a year in which not much geocaching was done.
Sucess with custom icons in Basecamp and MemoryMap encouraged me to have another go at the Garmin Montana.
I went back to Basecamp to see if I could figure out how to use custom icons. It wasn’t so difficult.
There are a few things I don’t like about Garmin’s Basecamp, so I decided to dabble with MemoryMap.
Google said we had 870km of driving in front of us to reach Calais, and then another 180km in England.