Category Archives: Blindness

May day multis and a malevolent moggy

May Day Bank holiday weekend and the weather was set to be stonking hot! The desire to geocache was there but this was coupled with not wanting to expire in the heat. So we decided to stay local and tackle … Continue reading

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NGA winner!

Time to dig out my trumpet, dust it off and give it a little blow. I am delighted, and a little bemused, to report that I was fortunate enough to be among the winners of a National Geocaching Award (NGA) … 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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Surfing Ancient Logs

Generally we get our geocaching kicks during the day, out in the countryside… where the caches are. But I spend an amount of time sitting at home exploring geocaches on a screen, and I expect I am not the only … 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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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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Who’s Home in Greenwood Park?

We stay local, find a truly special container, come close to breaking geocaching rule number 1 and find a favourite point that has been lost down the back of the sofa for the last 18 months. At the beginning of … Continue reading

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