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Honorary crumbling amblers of London Colney

For our GeoDate this week, Shar and I went to London Colney. I know what you are thinking… oh the glamour! Well glamourous it may not be but it suited us down to the ground. I had spotted a couple … Continue reading

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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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Geolympix Marathon Series – The first loop of… well, we shall see!

With the schools being on holiday this last week and the weather in the UK looking pretty average – we have moved out of that difficult phase where it is freezing cold one day to being boiling hot the next … Continue reading

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Half Term Geocaching – Lee Gate Part 2

Having cached already once in the half term, I was pleasantly surprised that the family was all up for a second outing before Sam went back to school. Seeing as we had enjoyed our first visit to the Lee Gate … Continue reading

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Half Term Geocaching – Lee Gate Part 1

The half term holidays were upon us and so it was time for a little family geocaching. Amazingly, for once, it wasn’t me that found the caches for us to do, but rather Shar was the one to spot the … Continue reading

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Crouching Potter, Hidden Tupperware

The first Monday in May is always a public holiday, or Bank Holiday as we call them in the UK for some reason, and what better way to make the most of a three day weekend than to do a … Continue reading

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When Geocaching Despair leads to thoughts of Cannibalism

For a recent Geodate I had scouted out a cluster of caches in the Misbourne Valley area of Buckinghamshire. Whilst the caches were not a series as such, a rough route between them could be seen and that was all … Continue reading

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