Monthly Archives: October 2014

Back to the Caching (take 2)

Whilst the Interrogation of fellow geocaching bloggers is a lot of fun, I am sure that regular readers to my blog are wondering if I have been doing any caching of my own lately. Well in the last couple of … Continue reading

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Interrogating Mr. and Mrs.

Another great interrogation for you now and despite the title, I am not staging a remake of the rather cheesy 1970s gameshow that pitted husband against wife to see how well they knew each other. What I do have for … Continue reading

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Interrogating Mr. Yuck!

Time for another interrogation now… did you know that over 20 caching bloggers have already taken the challenge? Mr Yuck. is the rather bizarre caching name of Jim who lives and caches in the Buffalo / Niagra Falls regionin in … Continue reading

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Drumroll for the Blog Roll

Almost as soon as I started geocaching back in June 2013 I started reading blogs about the adventures of others. I learned so much from some of these blogs, marvelled at the daring and determination of those that challenge themselves … Continue reading

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Interrogations – Heading North

I’m heading North to bring you the next two interrogations. Admittedly one is the North of England and the other is somewhat latterally position to the west, but Canada is still North of me… honest! Phil Lives not far from … Continue reading

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Interrogating a truly global cacher

Just when you thought It was safe to go back to your blog feed… the interrogations have returned! Martin lives in Sweden and caches under the name DS8300. He can lay claim to having cached in over 40 countries and … Continue reading

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A fistful of Interrogations…

I must say the geocaching bloggers are wonderfully accomadating people and don’t mind being interrogated at all. For my double act today I present one from just a handful of miles down the road from me and one a considerably … Continue reading

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Climbing a Ladder and slipping past 800.

Sometimes a geocaching trip serves to satisfy but one simple desire – the urge to find caches. Conversely there are times when getting out in the woods functions as a means to two, or even more, distinct ends. And so … Continue reading

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Big in Japan

My latest interrogation takes us back to the other side of the world again to meet a blogger who might be unique in that he composes all his blog entries solely on his iPhone. Cam has lived in Japan for … Continue reading

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The Wizzard, The Baker and The Podcaster

Sounds like the weirdest bible story ever! and so it came to pass that three presented themselves before Washknight to suffer his mighty interrogations… or something like that. lol Steve has the interesting caching name of WizzardPrang and loves tech, … Continue reading

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