Monthly Archives: May 2015

Chiltern Hundred Leg 7 – 500 for MiniKnight

In which we hit milestones, smash records, climb every mountain and are disgusted at the cheats that went before us. It being half term this week, there were plans afoot to “get out and do something”. To be honest it … Continue reading

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Chiltern Hundred Leg 6

Sometimes plans to go geocaching are made because the weather is looking great, or because you are meeting up with friends, or because you simply need to get out of the house before you start climbing the walls. On the … Continue reading

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One Lovely Blog Award

Thank you to Robbinn Geocaching for nominating me for the One Lovely Blog Award. A quick search of the internet reveals the “award” for what it is, which is a good way for people to get to know their fellow … Continue reading

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The Pimlico Brief

In which we get stung, hot, stung and stung in Pimlico… no the other Pimlico. I thought I might try a different tact today. Regular readers of my blog will know that I tend towards the more detailed and, let’s … Continue reading

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When did I go to Norway?

Generally when we DNF a cache I add a watch on it to see how other people get on so that I can decide if it is worth a return visit at some point or not. I had become a … Continue reading

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Chiltern Hundred Leg 5 – 15 years on

In which we celebrate 15 years since the birth of geocaching by staying in and watching the telly. Nah, just kidding. We went caching. On May 2nd 2000 the United States government flicked a switch and the GPS satellite network, … Continue reading

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Our hides get a visit from a geocaching celebrity

drsolly currently has the most finds logged of any UK geocacher at just under 41,000. He has held this position for quite some time only occasionally being knocked off the top for short periods of time. On Friday, he came … Continue reading

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Chipping away at Chipperfield

In which we encounter a displaced London Routemaster Bus, rent Pulp Fiction on VHS from a red phone box and cross time and space to fill the pretty village of Chipperfield with smilies. On Tuesday, we once more drove the … Continue reading

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