Whilst I looked after the children Matt embarked on an epic 10 mile stomp through heather and bog, in fair weather and foul, up hill and down dale. This was no simple walk. His aim was to meet up with 17 other geocachers at a cache which Matt had discovered first, and enjoy a ‘brew with a view’. To celebrate this being the 13th event of its kind, the organiser had brought 2 bottles of champagne. Whilst the wind whistled around them, Matt and co. enjoyed a glass of fizz and a slice of ginger cake. One of the gentlemen rated 30th in the country was celebrating his birthday and his 15,000 cache another his 5000 cache. Matt was in the company of geocaching giants. Everyone logged Elsie the log dog and she got to make friends with another log dog. Currently Elsie is sprawled at the foot of my bed, I don’t even think an army of crocodiles could rouse her. Early night for them both me thinks.
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