The Royal Box at Sandringham

On the day Sam and I were due to leave Norfolk and head back home, there was just time for one more sneaky geocache. We decided to make a royal occasion of it and headed to the woods around Sandringham House which is one of the Queen’s residencies. She traditionally spends Christmas and the whole of January there but it was a little too early for her to be there when we visited. The estate consists of a large amount of parkland and woods which is open to the public all year round and there are a couple of geocaches placed in this area. There is a great night cache which Sam had found as his 300th find when he was staying with my mum in the summer but I will have to wait for another, darker, day for that one. So, instead, we went in search of The Royal Box (GC2QNY8) which was a decent sized container hidden in the woodland a short distance from the visitor centre. After making the find we stopped for a spot of refreshment but alas, as I said, Liz was unable to join us – maybe next time.

Mum and Sam inspect the contents of the Royal Box cache in Sandringham.

The Royal Box

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4 Responses to The Royal Box at Sandringham

  1. washknight says:

    Yep I read it on your blog 🙂

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