Favourite geocaches: Surrey

Awarding our Geocaching favourite points: Where? Which? Why? Sometimes we award favourite points for the memories attached to finding a cache, other times it’s for the creativity of the containers, and then there’s also the points for location…for taking us to a different place that we wouldn’t have otherwise known about. 🙂 A special mention…

A swan at Gatton Park, Merstham, Surrey

Sadexploration’s FIG series!

Highlighting Sadexploration’s FIG series around Gatton Park in Surrey.   I was recently reminded of a great series of Geocaches in Surrey by GeoPaul at his Geocaching meet and greet. We found these caches back in 2012 when we first started Geocaching and truth be told they’ve been on my ‘write ups to-do-list’ for quite some time…

Wraysbury geodistance

Geocaching around one of the oldest trees in the UK!

A mini Geocaching adventure around Wraysbury and Ankerwycke…   Geocaching between Berkshire and Surrey we found ourselves situated in the beautiful olde-worlde village of Wraysbury. Technically Wraysbury itself lies in Berkshire but our Geocaching route took us back into Surrey, although generally the area is known as the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. It’s…

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 Geocaching Travel Bug for the braintrust charity.

A real Geocaching brain teaser…

A Geocaching brain teaser…   Geocaching helps you to get your thinking cap on in lots of different ways…from the little things like planning a safe route to the cache to the harder things like solving/creating a tricky puzzle cache. Every process we take to finding a geocache requires a huge effort from those little…