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Caches No’s 894-904 – Rodley Rainbow Ramble
Friday, 29 Oct, 2010 – 21:49 | No Comment
Caches No’s 894-904 – Rodley Rainbow Ramble

On Saturday evening a new series of 10 caches was published that were in the 6 mile radius of my home (well some of them were !) The Rodley Rainbow Ramble. These were bound …

Caches No’s 884 to 893 – Raikes Round Keighley
Friday, 29 Oct, 2010 – 21:37 | No Comment
Caches No’s 884 to 893 – Raikes Round Keighley

Another weekend and another at least 14 caches to find (I say at least as there are definitely going to be times when I can’t go caching at weekends due to the weather, Christmas shopping …

Cache No 883 – Jubilee_2
Friday, 29 Oct, 2010 – 21:21 | No Comment
Cache No 883 – Jubilee_2

Another cache had appeared in my lunchtime caching zone, it had actually appeared a couple of weeks before and I hade been a four or five prevous to see if I could find it – …

Caches No’s 881 to 882 – A Walk In The Woods
Friday, 29 Oct, 2010 – 21:10 | No Comment
Caches No’s 881 to 882 – A Walk In The Woods

Sunday evening when I got home I found a cache had been hidden within the 5 mile radius of my house that is all smiley faces on my Geocaching.com map, so afer work on the …

Caches No’s 873 to 880 – Great Northern Treasure
Friday, 29 Oct, 2010 – 21:02 | No Comment
Caches No’s 873 to 880 – Great Northern Treasure

Another sunny Sunday morning saw me out clearing more of the caches in the 6 & 7 mile radii from home. I sort of intended when I set out to clear the next hearest one …

Caches No’s 859 to 872 – The Doubler Stones Adventure
Friday, 29 Oct, 2010 – 19:56 | No Comment
Caches No’s 859 to 872 – The Doubler Stones Adventure

I had decided at the beginning of October that I was going to attempt to get to 1,000 caches by the end of the year, at the time I was on eight hundred and twenty …

Caches No’s 849 to 858 – A Smeg Heads Park ?
Wednesday, 27 Oct, 2010 – 21:18 | No Comment
Caches No’s 849 to 858 – A Smeg Heads Park ?

On Saturday night more new caches were published, placed in Lister Park on the edge of Bradford, this was bound to provoke the FTF hunters out to get these new caches, indeed I was a …

Caches No’s 829 to 848 – Dales Drive By
Wednesday, 27 Oct, 2010 – 21:00 | No Comment
Caches No’s 829 to 848 – Dales Drive By

Another Saturday afternoon, and this time a cold, damp miserable one, not the sort of day I wanted to be going out walking so there was only one thing for it – Road Trip !
There …

Cache No 828 – Cache In The Bank
Tuesday, 26 Oct, 2010 – 22:29 | No Comment
Cache No 828 – Cache In The Bank

4th October 2010 – Cache in the Bank GC2FT8M – cache #828
Monday, and another new cache reachable at Lunchtime. This onhe had actually appeared the previous week, but with the other lunchtime caching trips I …

Caches No’s 825, 826 & 827 – Better Times
Tuesday, 26 Oct, 2010 – 22:25 | No Comment
Caches No’s 825, 826 & 827 – Better Times

Saturday afternoon, and I had a bit of time to fill, so I decided to go and do somne caching, some fairly local caching – working on clearing my 6 mile radius so I headed …

Caches No’s 821 to 824 – Four Caches, Two FTF’s
Saturday, 23 Oct, 2010 – 22:02 | No Comment
Caches No’s 821 to 824 – Four Caches, Two FTF’s

More caches appeared over the weekend that were within my lunchtime radius, so Monday lunchtime I took the empty bottles to the local recycling centre, as next to this there was
27th September 2010 – Suki’s …

Caches No’s 813 to 820 – The Cacher, The Cache and the Wardrobe
Monday, 18 Oct, 2010 – 23:35 | No Comment
Caches No’s 813 to 820 – The Cacher, The Cache and the Wardrobe

I’d spent many hours over the summer tramping around Ilkley and up on Ilkley Moor to clear the 50 odd caches that there were there, and then someone comes along and puts three more caches …