Well, apart from a couple of Did Not Finds, we haven't really done much geocaching. We've had a lot of snow which put us off, and with the geokids driving us a little mental everytime we ventured out it kind of put us off. I'm sure once the weather picks up we'll get back into it. Maybe we should start with a few easy ones that don't involve any mud.
Now my poor blog has been neglected so I thought I'd do an update on how our Geocoins/travel bugs are doing.

Released on 29th August 2009 our first Geocoin, Trackabulldog is now in Northern Scotland. I'm jealous, I've not been to Scotland. The place looks lovely, it's near an old curling pond. Bennachie's Secret

Released on  September 1st 2009 our Travel Pirate Geocoin, is now in the hands of a geocacher after being retrieved from An Evening Stroll - At Last. A Proper Container! which is in Bedford.

Released on September 4th 2009 our Travel Bug, Pirate Bob is now in the hands of geocacher after being retrieved from Up Bow Creek not far from Totnes. They've had it a long time, I hope they move it on soon.

So here is the mileage:
Trackabulldog..... 372 miles
Travel Pirate.........264 miles
Pirate Bob.............72 miles

I'm itching to get starting again now so watch this space :-)

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    Slightly Tall Paul said...

    Hello Stonea,
    Good to see your blog back. It's a shame about Pirate Bob being held so long by a cacher. I see that they haven't found a cache since they picked Pirate Bob up, but still log onto geocaching.com occassionally, so there's still hope for Bob.

    By the way, if you edit the name of your trackable, you can change it's name from Travel Bug Dog Tag to Pirate Bob.

    Regards, Paul slightlytallpaul.blogspot.com

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