anyone done it
Hate to resurect a thread but thought I'd use an old one than start another.
Just started geocaching. Absolutely hooked. Live in London and have found loads in my immediate area. There was one that took me to within touching distance of a retired Concord on the edge of Heathrow. I incorporate them into a run's route; makes it more interesting.
Had to go up to Buxton last week. Just couldn't go without taking the gps with a couple of local cache co-ords input. Only found one, though.
Go on, give it a go. It's what the gps was made for.
Geocaching is the finest way to learn how to use a GPS, and all the better because there's a reward at the end which you will only find if you use the GPS properly.
It can be infuriating, but great fun.
Living in the very hilly area (not) of Bedfordshire and finances and work commitments keeping me from the likes of Derbyshire and North Wales. Geocaching was just what I needed to keep me out in the fresh air and walking. My daughter and some of my neices and my nephew come out with me as well which is great
It has taken me to local places of interest in the local counties and also when I do get up to Derbyshire and North Wales I bag a few caches and some wonderful places that are general known by few other than the locals.
I'm just about to reach my 200th cache, not as many as some of my friends but still its a start.
A great hobby and something I would recommend to anyone to have a go.
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