All Quiet on the Western Front

At the tail end of the school holidays it was time for me to turn into an airport shuttle once more and head to the airport to pickup my friends from their international travels.  Their return happened to be ANZAC Day morning, which meant I was wary of both dawn and midday services activity/traffic/road closures,…

Seeing out the Year

School has broken up for the Summer holidays….40 days of fun-filled action! Unlike most geocachers, who would find themselves stepping up the game during the Summer break, for me, it means everyone is home and caching takes a back seat for a while. But that doesn’t mean I don’t geocache. It’s just a different set…

Slow and Steady

Hello faithful readers, it’s been 1.5 weeks since my last confession obsession post, and I’m afraid to say you haven’t missed much of the action. As you may have previously noted, my geo-mobile blew it’s pffiffle valve, and was off visiting the mechanic….needless to say, I’ve felt a little lost without my geo-mobile the last few weeks…

5 Lands and Front Yards

The 5 Lands Refers to the length of Coastline running from MacMasters beach in the South to Terrigal in the North (and includes Copacopana, Avoca and North Avoca, making up the 5 lands). The area is connected by the ‘Coastal Walk’ – 10kms of beaches, headlands and bush (Bouddi National Park) and is significant to…