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A most excellently clear description of geocaching and how to do it! My dad will be thrilled - (I shall forward your article to him), he introduced me to it a couple of years ago when up in the Lake District (UK) and gave me his old GPS machine to get me started (a good excuse for him to upgrade I realised later....hehehe). It's a great way of making friends with the countryside around you, you end up in places you might normally never visit, and there can be quite an adrenalin buzz when you are trying to covertly open up a plastic canister without being spotted by passers by! ('Muggles' as they are affectionately called). Whilst out geochaching I have often enjoyed the feeling of being either one of Enid Blytons 'Famous Five', or a member of the French Resistance!!! Unexpected things can happen - I once put my hand in some long grass searching for the cache and came out with a (very) dead mouse. Yes, I did scream.... :)If anyone reading this is coming over to Wimbledon, UK, for the Wimbledon tennis championsip, and fancy a spot of geocaching (say you queued for a ticket, didn't get one and had a few hours to kill), then there are certainly a few geocaches around here! (One VERY VERY close to the tennis grounds). My nearest tube station (Southfields) is where you alight for the tennis (don't be fooled into then paying for a cab or a bus, as it's only 10 mins walk up the road) - on a windless day I can hear the spectators clapping from my garden!I use , and a couple of years ago went to their first annual Geocache meeting..... it was totally fascinating to see people from all walks of life who were involved in this wonderful pastime. What they all seemed to have in common was a big smile and sparkly eyes.So - enjoy your geocaching! And thank you for once again coming up with something totally different!!!!

A most excellently clear description of geocaching and how to do it! My dad will be thrilled - (I shall forward your article to him), he introduced me to it a couple of years ago when up in the Lake District (UK) and gave me his old GPS machine to get me started (a good excuse for him to upgrade I realised later....hehehe). It's a great way of making friends with the countryside around you, you end up in places you might normally never visit, and there can be quite an adrenalin buzz when you are trying to covertly open up a plastic canister without being spotted by passers by! ('Muggles' as they are affectionately called). Whilst out geochaching I have often enjoyed the feeling of being either one of Enid Blytons 'Famous Five', or a member of the French Resistance!!! Unexpected things can happen - I once put my hand in some long grass searching for the cache and came out with a (very) dead mouse. Yes, I did scream.... :)

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A most excellently clear description of geocaching and how to do it! My dad will be thrilled - (I shall forward your article to him), he introduced me to it a couple of years ago when up in the Lake District (UK) and gave me his old GPS machine to get me started (a good excuse for him to upgrade I realised later....hehehe). It's a great way of making friends with the countryside around you, you end up in places you might normally never visit, and there can be quite an adrenalin buzz when you are trying to covertly open up a plastic canister without being spotted by passers by! ('Muggles' as they are affectionately called). Whilst out geochaching I have often enjoyed the feeling of being either one of Enid Blytons 'Famous Five', or a member of the French Resistance!!! Unexpected things can happen - I once put my hand in some long grass searching for the cache and came out with a (very) dead mouse. Yes, I did scream.... :)

A most excellently clear description of geocaching and how to do it! My dad will be thrilled - (I shall forward your article to him), he introduced me to it a couple of years ago when up in the Lake District (UK) and gave me his old GPS machine to get me started (a good excuse for him to upgrade I realised later....hehehe). It's a great way of making friends with the countryside around you, you end up in places you might normally never visit, and there can be quite an adrenalin buzz when you are trying to covertly open up a plastic canister without being spotted by passers by! ('Muggles' as they are affectionately called). Whilst out geochaching I have often enjoyed the feeling of being either one of Enid Blytons 'Famous Five', or a member of the French Resistance!!! Unexpected things can happen - I once put my hand in some long grass searching for the cache and came out with a (very) dead mouse. Yes, I did scream.... :)