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…

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…

My Event "log"

Gathering the Geo-people

When I created the event, DayCaching (GC5A2TG) I half expected that it could well be a case of dad and I having a nice lunch together, but I needn’t have worried, as shortly after I published people started indicating their intention to come….I started to get a little excited about it as more people added…

Retrospect on the Roadtrip

8 days ~ 2808 kilometres travelled ~ 65 caches found I think it goes without saying that I exceeded all geocaching expectations I had for this trip…..I guess what I wanted for this post was to sum it all up….sorry for the disjointed-ness…..   Milestones: To start with, I’m super stoked I crossed over the…

Hit and Miss

With an upcoming road trip, on Monday I entertained the thought of collecting up a few trackables from around these parts, and move them off the coast and hopefully bring a few home with me….so I detoured past the local TB hotel that I’d previously found to pick up a traveller – there were 3…

Grand Adventures and Travelling Bugs

In mid-April my parents embarked on a holiday of a lifetime for their 40th Wedding Anniversary. The trip entails a Trans-Pacific Cruise (via New Zealand, French Polynesia and Hawaii) to Vancouver, followed up with a cruise around Alaska, followed by a driving tour of the Western parts of Canada. They then fly to Washington DC,…