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It’s nearly Valentine’s Day…come share the love!

It’s all about Bloglovin’ here at MzAdventures HQ! I’ve only recently discovered a really useful blogging platform called ‘Bloglovin”, it’s a great way to keep in contact with my favourite blogs all in the same place. Many other similar platforms have come and gone but I get the feeling that with over 16 million users Bloglovin’…

My Washknight Geocaching Interrogation!

It wasn’t me, Guv… I swear! I was very excited to see a message in my inbox today from a fellow UK Geocaching blogger by the name of Washknight who wanted answers to all kinds of Geocaching related questions…hopefully I haven’t given too much away about our Geocaching MzAdventures…I guess you’ll just have to read…

Geo-Art Near Walker River Indian Reservation, Nevada

Geocaching Geo-Art page updated…

Just a quick Geo-Art update…   To let you all know that I’ve been adding to the Geo-Art post I created last year, there are plenty of new pieces for you to check out, over 100 new ones in fact! So, if you’d like to see them then head on over to ‘the best geoart designs…

Exclusive interview with Peanuts or Pretzels…

Exclusive interview…   For a while now I’ve been following the madcap adventures of Peanuts or Pretzels, aka Josh and Liz, a couple of keen travellers who love sharing their experiences of the wonderful world outside their window. They recently asked me to do a short interview about my caching style for their latest Geocaching…

Coal-tax post around London.

Coal posts, taking Geocaching back in time…

Ever seen a coal post whilst Geocaching?   We live on the borders of Greater London and Surrey and frequently see ‘coal-tax posts’ whilst out Geocaching. After reading the very informative cache pages I thought it would be quite nice to highlight this small, at present, but ever increasing mini-series of Geocaches placed to celebrate…

A model of the codebreaker Alan Turing.

Help to get you and your Geokid’s into codebreaking…

Codebreaking tips for your Geokids…   I found this great little game/challenge the other day through the Science Museum website called the Codebreaker Challenge, simply register with a username and email address to get started and then the site will provide you with interesting challenges that all relate to the wonderful codebreaker Alan Turing. Click…

Ash Trees

Potential Ash Dieback breakthrough…

A promising breakthrough for Ash trees?   As Geocacher’s the environment we go caching in is a huge part of what makes our hobby enjoyable. Either from maintaining where we love to cache by attending CITO events, or by simply popping bits of rubbish in the bin when we’re out walking, it all helps keep…

An image taken from Flickr of 2014.

Happy New Year everyone!

Happy 2014 everyone!   Hope you’re all well on your way to being fully recovered after last night’s ‘mzadventures’, I trust you all had a great time?! Well, what a year it’s been for us in Geocaching terms… We’ve completed quite a few challenges, managed to bag around 1,000 caches – bringing our total for…