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Ganesh TB sets off

In July 2014, a fellow cacher – GeoBertrum – and I lost a close friend and work colleague which obviously hit us for six. Ganesh…



Swim or Sail?

A Majorcan Geocache I find myself visiting a friend in his Majorcan  hideaway for a few days soon and I have my eye on a…


Earn the 7 Souvenirs of August

Traditional geocaches are the delicious bread and butter of geocaching. You look it up, go to the coordinates and — Boom! It’s there. Everyone high…



2015 UK Mega Event comes to Essex

The official Groundspeak blurb for a mega reads; Mega-Events are the ultimate gatherings for geocachers. Officially, events must surpass the 500 attendee mark to qualify…


Chalk Quarry

One of the things you will hear most often from a ‘Geocacher’ is that they like the different places that caching will take them. Today,…



The Bolt

For me, one of the cleverest caches is the bolt. Designed by god-knows-who, the head of the bolt screws away from the body, which is…


Garmin Chirp Cache

What is a Garmin Chirp? A Garmin chirp is a wireless geocaching device that transmits a name, coordinates and a small amount of data, called…