Summer Holidays:

This summer has been quite a hot and muggy one, which means that I haven’t been inclined to do anything, let alone go on a long trek for a cache or three, so as has been the case for the last few months or so, the cache count has been on the go slow over…

BugPacking

Quite some time back I happened upon an ad on Gumtree (a buy, swap and sell site) – a local man wanted to get rid of a large military style metal case, and at the $0 price tag, I was onto it like a shot – free ammo can? Yes please! – what I ended…

The Family Travels West

Day 6 (25th September 2015): Melbourne  Caches found: 3 (#996-998) This day was spent just hanging out in Melbourne city, and while we wandered I managed to collect a couple of traditional caches along the way.   While we were in the city, I looked at a couple of the nearby ones up the side…

The Family Travels South

This school holidays the family are off on a 2 week road trip, via Canberra, Melbourne and Adelaide. The first phase of our adventure brought us to Canberra, to visit the big bro and family, and see the sights and delights the capital have to offer…. While the purpose of our trip is purely recreational,…

Hitchhiking across the Globe

Back in July, Opa-Bob released this TB*, named after Summer (TB5YWH4), into the Wilds of New York City, with the mission to see more of North America before (hopefully) returning home for Christmas (which Christmas wasn’t specified). We watched it slowly hitchhike it’s way across the North western states of America, until it landed in…

Washknight’s Interogation

Soo…here I was minding my own business, when a check of the emails prompted this new blog post…..firstly, a bit of background – when I first started reading blogs about geocaching, one stood out for me, mostly because of my pre-existing (work/study-related) ‘interest’ in disAbilities, and this blogs’ ability to collide my ‘old’ and my…