Nov 26, 2018
It occurred to me the other day, while I was planning a day out Geocaching, that I actively avoid hide types and series types and vice versa on the caches I will do. Most notable on this list and why:
Little Bridges series - they usually involve a single plank timber bridge over a ditch. That also means the cache is usually underneath the plank. I'm not getting on my hands and knees in the middle of winter weather, especially if its cold and wet.
Anything involving water - for obvious reasons.
Anything in the woods - spent too many Geocaching trips face down in muddy puddles in the woods for comfort.
Any involving steep inclines - Yes, I have slipped on several occasions.
Urban hides - Those with no mud
Hedgerows - The geocaches are easier to spot in winter
Church Micros - Mostly like urban geocaches
Any on a cycle route - flat, no mud
This Is Geocaching by The Downunder Geocaching Adventures of No Tomorrow