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Caches No’s 3934 and 3935 – The End of the Year Show

Submitted by on Saturday, 12 December 2015No Comment
Caches No’s 3934 and 3935 – The End of the Year Show

2015 was not a very good year for caching as far as my statistics are concerned. I only found 363 caches, not even one per year, certainly my lowest total of any of the 6 full years I have been caching. I only found caches on 55 days of the year – again the lowest total of any full year. In fact the only statistic which improved this year was the number of events that I attended – 26 in total.

The last two caches of the year turned out to be event caches, I had this notion at the beginning of November that I could easily polish off the remaining 60-odd caches I needed to get to the 4,000 milestone before Christmas, but since early November it has just rained and rained and rained… not the sort of weather I go caching in !

9th December 2015 – A Scottish Merry Christmas GC67BQA – cache #3934
Carina (Goldfish 58) moved up to Stirling in the Summer, but came back towards Christmas to see her family and friends left behind and so organised a little event in her favourite watering hole The Squinting Cat.

12th December 2015 – Christmas Corroboree XIII GC64GGQ – cache #3935
What a horrible wet day it was… no finer place to be on a day like that than in the pub with a room full of sociable, friendly people. It was a well attended event, 68 ‘Attended’ logs (well 69, but one of them is a duplicate) and more than 150 people there in total

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