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Our Geocaching Adventure’s – Days 4, 5 & 6

07 Mar

DAY 4

Got 2 today while on a lovely walk with Devon, Joe, David and Rollo the dog. Cacher on the Rye GC2PEC2 and Wycombes lost railway 1 GC2V9A5 😀 which eluded us last time but still couldn’t locate Verge-ing on the Rye-diculous GC2PJ31 😦

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DAY 5

Went to Tom Burt’s woods in the evening for a quick bit of caching, never been before but the views over High Wycombe were great 🙂 We managed to find Tom Burts Cache 1 GC2GQTH quite quickly while admiring the views of West Wycombe’s Golden Ball in the moonlight but after a little stroll along a muddy nettle strewn path we could not find Tom Burts Cache 3 GC2HDCW so as it was getting chilly we called it a night and made our way home.

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DAY 6

Yesterday our Garmin eTrex 20 arrived, I couldn’t wait to get hold of it and was very excited when it finally arrived. Well I’m still trying to figure out how to use it properly so excitement has now worn off a bit …lol but hopefully when I do it will help with our searches. We have been using i-phones which are good but the batteries run out quickly and that’s frustrating when your still eager to cache and you’ve got to go and recharge 😦

My Garmin unboxed My Garmin box

 

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Posted by on 07/03/2013 in Uncategorized

 

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One response to “Our Geocaching Adventure’s – Days 4, 5 & 6

  1. 7feetnorth

    08/03/2013 at 1:49 pm

    You’ll be so happy to have a Garmin because it works in places where there is no cell service which is one of the best parts of geocaching; going way out where few people go!

     

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