Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
I’ve been thinking about the Halloween Hides & Creepy Caches (Reincarnated) Mega Event for much of the year. Today was the day.
Two long walks through the middle of nowhere, setting caches that I ultimately didn’t want to own.
A walk over some fields and then back home down the canalside
From the western edge of Milton Keynes at Hazeley School, across the countryside and up to the edge of Stony Stratford.
Agriculture. Lots of agriculture. Quite a lot of it was hard to get through.
There’s only so much attention that you can give to a washing machine before it degenerates into just watching your kecks go round in circles.
Two days either side of a trip to India, and causing me to miss “Super Saturday”
Finding Uranus is sometimes difficult for a geocacher, even with the use of both hands.
A day out caching with Wavvy where we got rather wet. How wet ? I had to wring out my socks, that’s how wet.
I’d been working with the National Trust at Stowe since the middle of the previous year trying to see whether we could set a few geocaches on their land.
We both entered the 2012 Lisbon Half Marathon, which meant (obviously) that we had to go to Lisbon. We decided to take the kids with us.
This day was the start (for me) of a long love affair with the area between Peterborough, Oundle, Huntingdon, Northampton and Bedford.