Monthly Archives: July 2016

Geolympix Ashridge 2016 – We’re Going!

What is the Geolympix? In a nutshell… it is a geocaching event held to coincide with the Summer Olympics. It was first held in 2012 and proved to be such a success that the organisers plan to hold it every … Continue reading

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Washknight: Geocaching From A Different Perspective

Originally posted on The Geocaching Junkie:
If you Google ‘starting a blog’, you are sure to come across the well-cited ‘fact’ that most blogs do not last longer than 3 months. There are, ironically, countless?blogs detailing?how to be a good…

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As per my post from last week, Pokémon Go? iPhone says Pokémon No!, it was clear that playing Pokémon Go on our current phones was not going to happen. On Thursday we went into town and I came home with … Continue reading

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Pokémon Go? iPhone says Pokémon No!

As a geocacher, the idea of getting out and about with phones in hand is second nature. We were keen to try out what Pokémon Go was all about but sadly our household is rather technology retro at the moment. … Continue reading

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