I wasn’t aware of this neck of the woods. The Foolish Wood. A beautiful woodland on the edge of The River Nidd in Knaresborough which is very easy to turn into a short walk. at We parked in the Yorkshire Lass and headed off to look for this geocache – in Foolish Wood. Geocaching is something we’ve not done for a while. After the initial obsessive race up to 100 caches, then 200 I started getting a bit despondent with the sport. This one put the fun and humour back into it though. It reminded us that geocaching is a cracking way to get out and about and discover some new necks of the wood – often right on your doorstep.
After the cache we walked over the little bridge over the weir and strolled though Conyngham Hall grounds before heading home. We had some friends pop over which was nice. I wrapped up the arvo with a big Sunday Roast – turkey crown, Yorkshire pudding, roast spuds and butternut squash and cabbage n gravy. Pogged now.