Geocaching

I’ve been trapped at home with either a sick child or a sick me for the last four or five days. I was starting to go a bit stir crazy, so I ducked out for some local geocaching. An enjoyable shortish walk around the nearby nature park.

Geocaching in the evening, the second

I went geocaching while the kids were at scouts. Overall, a very successful evening. The first hour was a phone call with Tristan Goode, and what I learnt is I should call Tristan more because every call (based on a data set of one walk) is 5km.

Geocaching in the evening

I went geocaching while the kids were at scouts. Overall, a very successful evening.

Another lunch time walk

My arm still hurts, so no gym again. Instead, another lunch time walk although this one was shorter. The skies were dramatic, but no rain unfortunately. I found GC1DEFB during this walk.

This walk appears in Walking Canberra by Graeme Barrow although I found it separately. The description in the book is accurate and helpful if you happen to own a copy.

 

 

Lunchtime geocaching

Woke up this morning with a sore left arm, which ruled out going to the gym. Instead, I decided to go for a geocaching walk at lunch time. I found these caches: GC235FM; GC56N78; GC5B9WT; GC5F6G3; and GC5F0PE. A nice walk.

This walk appears in Walking Canberra by Graeme Barrow although I found it separately. The description in the book is accurate and helpful if you happen to own a copy.