After the news about the Project GC Locationless Lab Caches got spread about there was a lot of fuss in the caching community – because Geocaches were supposed to involve visiting a specific location and sitting at home on your computer finding a cache was not the done thing. Continue reading
For a Christmas present to myself I had bought a ticket for the Tutankhamun exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London, well I’d bought two because I wasn’t going to go on a jolly alone was I ?
No, Angel78 was coming with me. Continue reading
The 25th January, a date celebrated throughout the civilised world – the date that the famous bard was born. Tradtionally folk gather, eat haggis, neeps and tatties, drink whisky and talk of times long ago, when a mouse was a moose, and Tam o’shanter rode over a bridge wearing just his underwear… Continue reading
Adventure Lab Caches were supposed to give people a chance to do caches where it was not possible or practical to put a physical cache…
Like Project-GC’s website ! Continue reading
Early in the year Groundspeak started inviting cachers to set their own Adventure Lab caches, at first they sent out an email asking people to apply, but later they just started sending out invitations at random.
Matthewgibbs asked for a set, and got a set of 5 adventure labs, which he set around the historic village (and UNESCO world heritage site) of Saltaire. Continue reading
The traditional first cache of the year, the trip to Huddersfield on the Tuesday on the first whole week of the year for the Hogmanay event. So off we go to the pub. Continue reading