Some parts of the country have regular events, once a month usually, last Wednesday of the month or first Sunday of the month or whatever. Some areas of the country have multiple event organisers so have regular events twice a month or more… So people know not to have other ad-hoc events on or about those days. In Yorkshire here we have events on a totally random basis, sometimes none for ages and then sometimes two come along at once
August 17th 2015 – Event Without a Name! GC60GMZ – cache #3780
Last year Grayglove and the Booshaws held an event to enable local cachers to get the Event Attendance one of the ‘Seven Souvenirs Of August’. Now I had already got the souvenir the previous weekend at the Ayr Mega, but I went to the event anyway (see cache #3427.
This year they held a similar event, again on a Monday night and it was equally well attended.
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than going walking on the moors ? Well I haven’t actually done a lot of caching lately that hasn’t involved driving hundreds of miles or being at a caching event… in fact I think there have been less than 5 this year that I have just gone out to find rather than planned in advance to go – and one of them was the previous evening ! Continue reading
“Happy International Geocaching Day! By logging a geocache on August 15, you have joined thousands of geocachers around the world who are celebrating geocaching”
I’d forgotten that Saturday 15th August was International Geocaching Day 2015 until I logged onto Facebook around 6pm, but once I had realised it I decided that I ought to go out and find at least one cache (and get the IGD 2015 souvenir). Continue reading
The 2015 UK Mega was held at ‘Barleylands’ near Basildon in Essex, Barleylands is a Craft Village and Farm Centre and has plenty of field space for camping and a covered courtyard which became the ‘Hall’ for the Mega, although most events took place in a Marquee on the camping field. Continue reading