Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
I’d been working on a bunch of puzzles so I could make an attempt at forty puzzle finds in a day. This was that day.
My final bash at the Cambridge CacheAthon series after previous previously doing two loops in April and two more in June.
Oooh ! A new running event. I couldn’t resist one that started on the Severn Bridge.
If we thought the trip down to Munich took a long time, the trip home made it look like a short hop by comparison. It’s fair to say that we underestimated the amount of time it would take.
The old town of Munich is really quite pretty and is packed with interesting buildings and activities.
We went to quite a few of them. Mainly the ones that sold ice cream, if I’m honest.
A visit to Munich’s Olympic Park and Olympic Stadium for the world’s first ever Giga caching event. A mixed bag in terms of weather, scenery and caching. Excellent !
Simply Paul had done a mighty fine job of organising a bus tour from Milton Keynes down to the first ever Giga Event in Munich.
A long weekend travelling with Ami by bus to a geocaching giga event in Munich.