I recently took a trip to Wales for the UK Mega (Post to follow at some point.) whilst there I of course had to take advantage of some of the fantastic caches on offer in the area. I could have taken some impressive trails to boost my numbers, or I could have appeased my inner stats geek and looked for finds to fill various grids, … Continue reading Bomber Command
So last week I was a bit meh about the caching. Keen to get things back on track I set myself a small challenge and have made a conscious effort to seek out higher quality caches. Having been out on a delightful number collecting mission I needed to retire to the drawing board, and see which solution I could come up with for the set of … Continue reading I found it
It’s been a little while, time for a cuppa and a catch up. I have Lots of drafts in progress, lots of posts in my head, but hey, I’m a lousy blogger. No biggie. Enough with the waffle I hear you cry. I know, you just want to hear about the puppy. Well he’s grown, an awful lot. Doubled in size in fact. … Continue reading A caching catch up; Swamps, Wees and Wellies.
Having been chipping away at my calendar filling challenge since March 1st, it’s logical that I’ve been slowly clearing up all of the local caches. The 10 mile radius from my home is slowly getting emptied of caches. Some days the finds are closer to home, but when I have a bit more time on my hands it’s satisfying to pick up caches on … Continue reading Exploring Cavenham Heath
The latest Geocaching challenge this summer is the Geocaching Road Trip The idea being to find six different cache types to earn virtual souvenirs. Now I’m not fussed by a virtual souvenir. However I do as you know like a challenge. I also as you know am quite an unorganised, seize the moment kind of girl. Whilst others have been carefully planning their caches for the challenge … Continue reading My favourite caches