The sun is out so we’re off after another tough geocache with a 5/5 terrain rating. I’ve been meaning to have a go at this one for a while, and it should be a bit of a challenge.
It’s a very wet weekend! No point sitting inside looking out at it though.
We failed last time, so let’s have another go at getting these trackables from Scotland into some geocaches in Wales.
Getting some more rock climbing in on the Gower, by the sea, before autumn sets in too seriously. You’ve got to grab the good weather days and use them.
We went out to try and drop off some trackable geocaching items in Wales, which we had found in Scotland and brought back with us. The weather turned!
We didn’t get any rock climbing in when we were in Scotland so I want to go rock climbing! I’d better strip down my mountain bike too so I can send it back for repair.
Bits from our last week in Scotland (we did some great stuff) and we stayed in Edinburgh for a couple of days on our way back south.
Another week in Scotland but we’ve moved across to the Cairngorms. We’re up for some walking in the mountains, but I wonder if there are any geocaches around here.
The afternoon after the long run we still need a bunch of gold coins from geocaches to get the final piece of the Captain Mary Hyde treasure map and find the treasure. Let’s go explore Argyll & Knapdale and see what we can find.
It’s the last week of the Captain Mary Hyde geocaching challenge and we’re in Scotland. Geocaches are few and far between, so I got started with a long cross country run to try and find a couple that haven’t been found for a year or more.