On Saturday I placed a new geocache GC2M63X which is an ammo box that I received as a Christmas present from Secret Santa. Inside I left a FTF badge as a present to the first to find and started off two trackables a hamster travelbug and a Welsh Lovespoon geocoin. Hope these last a little longer than some of my other trackables I have released. I'm not sentimental about my trackables and I don't expect them to return to me but I do hope for a decent mileage and logs before the trackables go awol. The first to find was within two hours of publication, impressive!
Today we went looking for 3 geocaches near Cheshunt, 1 along the River Lee and two at Holyfield Weir. The first cache, a micro, was one I have looked for previously. Unfortunately it was rather busy on the river path as it was a lovely Sunday and we were struggling once again to solve the hint. This was a cache by P Smithy Clan who has created some difficult hides in the River Lee series. The next cache we arrived at was Holyfield Weir. I think I have figured out the location for this geocache but there were too many twitters at gz so we had to leave it for today. I decided to also leave the cache across the water until the next time we come. I dropped off my husband's trackable at Waltham Abbey Scouts 1.
Moral of today's posting is to go out caching at popular locations on weekdays or rainy days and to head somewhere quieter.