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…

Parading about Town

As we marched into March, in the metaphorical sense ‘life’ began to settle down into 2016, and in the literal sense, we headed off to Mardi Gras – our family’s big day of celebration each year. Mardi Gras brings 100’s of thousands of people into the streets of Sydney, in all manner of glitter and…

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In Training

As the school holidays drew to a close, I found myself with the kids at the local netball courts learning to ride bikes and roll on skates – pleasingly, I had left Go to Court lie since it was published, despite it being so close to home, knowing I would be here one day for exactly…

Roadtrip Wrapup

Now that the dust has settled on our roadtrip (and scrubbed from the surface of our car), and life has returned to our normal, it’s time to have a look at the cold hard numbers 😃   Total Caches found : 50 (bringing overall find count to 1033) ~ 33 Traditionals ~ 4 multi’s (including…

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…

Keys to Success

One of my friendly neighbourhood geocachers has taken the time to place a cache with a twist, and as soon as I saw Prince in Distress it sparked my interest…as well as an intriguing description, oozing in mystique, in order to find this cache one first needs to get their hands on a couple of…