Coming to the end of our Somerset trip I was thrilled to wake up to some magical words. Mr muddy declaring to the children that it would be a day for me to do what I wanted, and he guessed that would be geocaching. Hmm maybe. 😉 I needed a plan before he changed his mind. After our recent caching high I was keen to continue … Continue reading Tors and Tunnels.
First things first. Secondly. You might want to grab a cuppa. I go on a bit in this one! With our holiday booked I turned to the Somerset geocaching Facebook group and asked for some cache recommendations. A varied response. Strangely the majority being multis. (A cache which takes you to more than one location.) I must confess I’m a bit lazy with multis but … Continue reading Off-piste and in the dark
Cheddar Gorge, a limestone gorge in the Mendip Hills. The gorge is overlooked by the magnificent Lion rock. A huge buttress of rock high above the village. 🦁 Some clever person has handily hidden a geocache on it. Therefore I have to go and find it! Our first morning in Somerset turned out to be a fine and dry day. We were all keen to … Continue reading Geocaching in Cheddar Gorge