Monthly Archives: October 2015

Showcasing the GeoBlogosphere #2

So what has been happening in the GeoBlogosphere during October? Well it is funny you should ask. By a sheer coincidence you will find below a selection of caching articles that have caught my attention in the last month. After … Continue reading

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Holy Heart Attack!!

Today a new power trail has gone live about 40k north of us on the Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire border. 479 caches make up the Hatley Heart Attack (GC5GACQ). Yes, you read that right… 479… four hundred and seventy nine geocaches. It … Continue reading

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Shocking Pre-Birthday Geocaches in Hyde Heath

There would be no geocaching on the 16th of October, my birthday… boo! But there would be caching on the 15th… hooray. And there would be caching on the 17th too.. double hooray! Normally the suggestion that we go out … Continue reading

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MiniKnight’s Moving Cache

You may well be aware of those elusive travelling geocaches. You know the ones… you know… the ones you get a sniff of on social media or get a tip off about from fellow geocachers, but never actually manage to … Continue reading

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Lattitudes in Latimer

After our less than thrilling GeoDate last week, I spent some time planning out a selection of countryside caching routes for us to use in the future. Whilst we have already done quite a few of the local loops, we … Continue reading

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If I had been a geocacher back then…

We are by no means early adopters when it comes to geocaching, having only discovered it in the summer of 2013. I got to thinking recently about how our lives would have been different if we had taken up the … Continue reading

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Naked Fairground Witches Stole My Favourite Points

Prior to arrival of the steam train, luckily just a short while after the tracks had been laid, in the 1860s, Bricket Wood was nothing more than a patchwork of farm fields and ancient woodland. Little changed during the following … Continue reading

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