Ad Gefrin, the ancient Anglian palace site rediscovered via aerial photography, is the third stop on our Wooler area geocaching day trip. While there we watch a glider’s quiet turns through the wind as it heads home.
Weetwood Bridge is an historic Northumberland landmark, a Grade I listed building, an important span over the River Till serving the village of Chatton, and on the day we were there, an interesting place to observe seagulls. Continue reading →
We enjoy some panoramic views of West Yorkshire’s Holme Valley by taking a circular walk around Cheese Gate Nab. Along the way we find some geocaches and take a wrong turn which brings unexpected gifts. Continue reading →
a view east from the northern edge of Broadstone Reservoir, 10 June
On yet another sunny day during our UK vacation we find some geocaches during our stroll along the three edges of Broadstone Reservoir. We also meet “3 Edges,” the geocache owner who placed most of them, and her dogs Millie and Becks.
the River Derwent at Chatsworth House, 9 June 2013
Two geocache finds make a nice addition to our sunny day’s outing in Derbyshire as we sample offerings at Chatsworth House’s food and drink fair and accidentally visit the National Trust’s Longshaw Estate. Continue reading →
We overheard this perfectly reasonable question as our flight landed in the UK on June 7th, the first of many unusually dry geocaching days for us in West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Derbyshire, and Northumberland in England and Berwickshire in Scotland.
We walk south from the Delaware River’s New York shore on the historic Pond Eddy Bridge to Shohola Township, Pennsylvania. This 113 year-old span, the only way to reach this part of PA by car and one of the last of its kind along the Delaware, may not be around much longer. Continue reading →
We’d just left an amazing view of an amazing landscape on an amazingly beautiful Vermont day in June. Wait, dagdvm said as I drove us east on Route 2 towards our next geocache. I just saw a sign for Dog Mountain. It’s supposed to be a very special place. We should go have a look. Continue reading →
I used to burrow indoors during January, taking myself further away from the limited sunlight that makes its way to northern Virginia this time of year. Geocaching year-round’s led me into winter wonder along the trails and waterways of Fairfax County, a world of beautiful light and vision.
We go from a pirate’s gathering at the extreme eastern end of Heater’s Island to the extremes of endurance on our paddle back to Virginia, our first self-propelled aquatic return voyage ever. In between we meet some very particular beauties, come upon a buzzards’ bungalow, and enjoy a picnic on the Potomac.