If you’re a regular reader then you may remember that my family began Geocaching last Spring. We really enjoy it – it’s a great way to get out in the countryside with the children and it takes us to places we might not otherwise visit. So when I[…]

Geocaching Adventures This week has been a busy one and I’ll no doubt be posting about it in the near future. But here’s what we got up to last Sunday, to kick off our week. You’ll know that we love Geocaching if you pop by here regularly. August[…]

Earlier this week, when we saw that the weather was beautiful, Bean asked if we could go geocaching. Happy days – I was going to suggest it myself. So off we went, packing our caching kit and snacks as well as sun cream for the adventure ahead. We decided[…]

If you’re a regular reader, then you’ll know by now that we are firmly addicted to Geocaching. It’s great fun, gets us outdoors, gives us lots of exercise, encourages teamwork, develops navigation skills and much more. We recently decided to take things a step further and set up a[…]

On Saturday we did something we have never done before. A couple of things infact. We attended our first Geocaching event, and took part in our first ever flash mob. The flash mob was part of the of the 11th World Wide Flash Mob, an annual Geocaching event.[…]

The weather was beautiful today, which I was very grateful for, as we had arranged to join some local home educating families on a geocaching walk around Linacre Reservoirs. We had a fabulous time – it was warm, sunny and dry. We walked through woodlands, along the reservoirs,[…]