The geoboys (Joe & David) and I caught a bus to the top of Ragmans Lane near Marlow and walked down and around into Marlowbottom to geocache. It was a lovely day and great to go back around my childhood haunts again after such along time. We found 5 caches but had two DNF’s but too our delight we got some ammo boxes, one very small/one large and some every different hides and containers too so that was GREAT 🙂 One called Stupa Time Multicache was a delight to do and see because we would have never known the place was there if not for geocaching.
Day 9 we went to Winchmore Hill near Penn Woods for a few hours in the evening, we got back about 10.30pm having got 8 caches 🙂 The last one should have been an unusual cache container (“No More Rum”) but it has been muggled a couple of times and the container stolen 😦 so the owner has replaced it with a magnetic tube near the same spot but it was disappointing not beening able to see the original fantastic container but maybe he will replace in the future.
This is the the original cache container :D.
Thursday the geoboys and I went for a walk with Rolo the geodog through the Rye, up into Keep Hill Woods, past Daws hill R.A.F base, long on to Marlow hill then into Tom Burt’s Wood and back into town. It was a lovely day and the boys found some fantastic tyre swings along the route plus we managed to get 5 out of 6 caches along the way which was a nice bonus 🙂
- Daily Tip: Geocaching gets gadget-addicted kids outdoors (52tiger.net)
- The Beginning (bradonline.wordpress.com)
- A diary, a miners wheel and a DNF (1tuffcookie.wordpress.com)
- GPS Geocaching (Part 1): Bringing Families Together In New Ways! (kidzedge.com)