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I Failed So Bad Today – The Climb #63

Saturday 25th March 2017 Today was an absolute failure of a day and I had a great time. One of the downsides to the day job is that I’m often on call, needing to respond to emergencies.  It pays extra money and our setup is such that we very rarely get called up.  Except, when [...]

2017-03-26T09:31:58+00:00 March 26th, 2017|Geocaching, Marketing, The Climb, Travel, Weather, Writing|0 Comments

Five Ideas For Missions For Your Trackables

http://gpstracklog.com/2015/08/five-ideas-for-missions-for-your-trackables.html I've not had a lot of time to get out Geocaching these past couple of months, and I'm looking forward to the time when I can start going out caching every weekend again.  Still, that hasn't stopped me doing a new article for GPSTracklog.  This time I look at trackables and try and give [...]

2015-08-16T11:33:03+00:00 August 20th, 2015|Geocaching, Writing|0 Comments

Five Geocache Types To Do Before They Are Gone

http://gpstracklog.com/2015/04/five-cache-types-to-do-before-theyre-gone.html My latest article has gone live over at GPSTracklog and this month we're looking at five cache types that are in danger of disappearing from the game all together.  Be sure to check it out!  

2015-04-25T06:58:15+00:00 April 25th, 2015|Geocaching|0 Comments

New GPSTracklog Article On Geocaching Premium Membership

http://gpstracklog.com/2015/03/the-benefits-of-premium-membership.html There was a time when I'd spend weeks coming up with great April Fool's articles but unfortunately I've been so busy this year I've not had time to do any.  Instead, I've got a serious article I did for GPSTracklog on the benefits of Premium Membership of Geocaching.com.  If you've wondered what benefits you [...]

2015-04-01T08:58:20+00:00 April 1st, 2015|Geocaching, Writing|0 Comments

New GPSTrackLog Article: Your First Find

http://gpstracklog.com/2015/02/first-geocaching-find.html#more-23311 It's that time of year when Geocaching sees a load of new people enter the hobby.  As a result, my articles for GPSTracklog this year have been firmly aimed at people at just starting.  My latest went live yesterday and talks about how you go about selecting your first geocache to find.  If you've [...]

2015-02-18T09:20:29+00:00 February 18th, 2015|Geocaching|0 Comments

New GPSTracklog Article

http://gpstracklog.com/2015/01/getting-ready-geocaching.html Writing and the house move have meant I've not had much time to go caching over the last few months but as the weather improves I'll be back to my record breaking geocaching days. But it's that time of year when loads of new people start geocaching and so this month over at GPSTracklog [...]

2015-01-30T09:09:10+00:00 February 2nd, 2015|Geocaching|0 Comments

New GPSTracklog Article on Geocaching Resolutions

http://gpstracklog.com/2014/12/2015-geocaching-resolutions.html#comments This month over at GPSTracklog I look at New Years' Resolutions for the geocacher and suggest a few ideas for challenges you could take on during 2015.  Be sure to check it out!

2016-10-17T17:13:18+00:00 January 2nd, 2015|Geocaching|0 Comments

2014 – The Year Of Adventure

2013 was an incredibly challenging year for me.  Leggedon was like a grenade being thrown into my life So, after  a year where just getting to the Doctor’s was a challenge, I wanted 2014 to be my year of adventure.  It was a theme that stayed with me the entire year, and what an adventure [...]

2016-10-17T17:13:20+00:00 December 17th, 2014|Geocaching, Health, Writing|1 Comment

New GPSTrackLog Article – 5 Things They Never Tell Newbies About Trackables

http://gpstracklog.com/2014/12/5-things-never-tell-newbies-geocaching-trackables.html My latest Geocaching article is now live for GPSTracklog and this month I look at trackables again.  This time, though, I look from the perspective of a new geocacher and list five things that never get told to newbies.  If you're new to Geocaching and trackables confuse you slightly, be sure to check out [...]

2014-12-16T16:05:24+00:00 December 12th, 2014|Geocaching|0 Comments