It's the third week of the Cap'n Mary Hyde geocaching treasure hunt, and we need to complete the tasks every week to have a chance at finding the treasure. The theme this week is multi-caches, so let's try to find some last minute caches and get our gold coins for the week.
Some extra geocaching this week while visiting some unusual animals at the National Botanical Garden of Wales.
Out for more Cap'n Mary Hyde gold coins for this summer's geocaching challenge and I thought it might be the right time of year to attempt to find this unusual cache. The cache is IN the waterfall somewhere.
A weird day out, trying to get enough gold coins for the first part of the Captain Mary Hyde geocaching lost treasure challenge.
It's not always easy getting the kids outside.
Busy this weekend but sneaked in some bits and bobs. And a couple of geocaches.
When we saw that the water was that clear around Tenby the day before we had to get into the sea around Pembrokeshire with our snorkelling gear. We went back the next day to Saundersfoot and Jack and I spent 90 minutes or so rockpooling while the tide was high. Great fun.
The sun is out in Wales! We're in Tenby with my brother and sister and families. Are there any geocaches in Tenby? There are plenty of great views, no matter the weather.
Away in Ireland with work, but I bet there are some geocaches and some nice running routes around.
With the hot weather in the UK this week we've been out running and rock climbing on the beach. Hot!