On Friday we travelled to Sheffield for my Cousin’s wedding. Seventeen (ish) years ago (apparently it always stuck with him and he reminded me!) at my wedding I told Andy “you’re next”. Well, apart from his sister, I was right, he just took his time over finding the right person to spend the rest of his life with.
Well, thankfully Andy and Zoe found each other and decided the time was right. The wedding was fantastic, the blind tasting of the dinner was luckily a good affair and the whole weekend was a blast. Over five hundred photos to sort through and a four hour drive home yesterday meant that we were wiped out by the time we arrived.
That journey was broken up by a couple of cache finds. The second was “just another motorway-mayhem” cache and dash, but the other was one of the most memorable caches I have found.
The wonderrful thing about Tiggers is Tiggers are wonderful things.
Their heads are made out of rubber their tails are made out fo springs.
They’re bouncy bouncy bouncy bouncy fun fun fun fun fun.
But the most wonderful thing about Tiggers is I’m the only one.
A week or so ago #LJ and I recorded the March 2016 edition of the UK Geocaching Podcast and we featured a “Cacher Of The Month” called Molemon. He mentioned that his favourite cache was called “Tigger – GC5G9VJ” and it is located at Tibshelf Services. I didn’t look up the cache in advance but was speaking to a friend who listens to the show and he reminded me (as I was pulling into the Northbound side) that Tigger is located Southbound. So, a plan was made to stop at the services on the Southbound on the way home.
I cannot describe or provide a photo of the hide without spoiling it (hence I didn’t Periscope either) but it is most definitely one of my favourite finds! Minimad95 and Frema Gogo (who spotted the container!) were with me and we had great fun resetting the hide three or four times and playing. We didn’t drop the cache once!
I think that I am located far enough away from Tibshelf Services that (with the CO’s permission) I am going to try and copy the idea and hide a “tribute” version on the South Coast.