Tag Archives: Creative Caches

Getting back on the Metaphorical Bike / Horse

Time to break the slump of over 6 weeks and get out and do some caching again. Umm… how do you do this again? It was a bit like that as we struggled to remember what we packed in 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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Even Grumpy Geodates have “moments”

Sharlene and I went out for our regular GeoDate on Tuesday this week. It wasn’t one of our most harmonious and pleasant outings, but it had its moments. I think I got us off to a less than positive start … Continue reading

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A Handy bit of caching in Oxhey Woods

Keen to take a break from school uniform and supplies shopping – Sam is off to secondary school in September – I suggested a spot of geocaching. Something local and not too many was the response I got and so … Continue reading

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Back to Welwyn with Ellie to get the plague

During December we did a series called Ellie’s Wanderings in Welwyn (see Wellies and Waffling with Ellie in Welwyn) and in an email discussion with the cache owner afterwards, she mentioned that she was planning a second half to the … Continue reading

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I, geoRobot

Science fiction writers have for many years predicted the rise of the robots; a time when the machines that we have designed and built will develop higher “thought” processes and decide that on balance they are better off without us … Continue reading

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Lost, wounded bulls, dead badgers and trying to blow into a weasel – A PugWash geocaching Adventure

Hatfield forest is the only remaining intact royal hunting woodland in England and its use as such dates back to the 12th century. It consists of just over 1,000 acres of woodland, wood pasture, lake and marsh land and today … Continue reading

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