Monday 25 November, midday, my house.
Bumbling around the internet (and Facebook) doing nothing in particular, I received a message from SurfaBoy (LJ – my co-host on the podcast) asking what time we would be recording the show. After some to and fro we decided that we would go find some geocaches before recording. The decision was to go and walk the Botley (PMO) series of caches, a walk of around 2.5 miles and 12 caches to find.
Now, we are becoming well known for wearing the non-too-subtle clothing whilst out caching and today was no different. I wore my usual harlequin chef’s trousers. LJ was a little more subtle:
The series was great fun, we got to shout at a train. Unfortunately I can’t embed the video from Instagram so you’ll have to click through and find it on our instagram page. In the meantime, here#s a photo of the traintracks running up to Botley station:
Right at the end of the series the previous 4 cachers had logged “did not find” on the cache, for various reasons – too many muggles, dark, needed to pick nose etc. This photo is our proof that we found the cache:
It wasn’t supposed to look that scary, but LJ’s “Instagramming” of the photo makes me look even worse than normal!
A great fun little series that saw me hit a milestone – my 700th cache find. Not a massive amount by any means but I can honestly say that I have enjoyed finding (nearly) every one of those 700 caches!