Monthly Archives: July 2014

The cache with ants in its pants!

There is something quite exciting about getting the chance to log a special type of cache that very few people, relatively, will ever get a shot at. Such an opportunity presented itself recently when Jacob’s moving cache #1 popped up … Continue reading

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Hatfield for our 700th

On Wednesday Shar and I had to take a trip to Hatfield train station to drop off my niece Laura who, after staying with us for a week, was heading to Norfolk to spend a week with her nanny. We … Continue reading

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Educating a muggle, woodland sculptures and miniknight’s 250th find at Chorleywood House

My 20 year old niece, Laura, has been staying with us for a week and as promised we took her out to demonstrate the fun of geocaching. We chose to go to Chorleywood House where there were a handful of … Continue reading

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10 Tips for blind geocachers

Here are some tips and tricks that I have picked up for blind and partially sighted people who want to participate in geocaching. 1. Find an app that works for you. There are apps that will voice distance and direction … Continue reading

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Can a blind person geocache – one year on

In 2013 I wrote some blog entries on the subject of whether a blind person could geocache (see Can a blind person geocache, A must-have app for blind geocachers, Can a blind person geocache – part 2 and Washknight walks … Continue reading

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Our Wall Hall caches go live and are found

After a couple of minor hitches our Wall Hall caches have been published tonight. We had to take out a reference to an external organisation in one of them and then we had to move another as it was to … Continue reading

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Philosophy and something Squidgy – caching in Abbots Langley

On Wednesday, Sharlene and I went out for our weekly geocaching fix. The plan was to try for 10 hides laid out in a circular route in the Abbotts Langley area. Seeing as it is not too far from home … Continue reading

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