CacheWalkers => Hello => Topic started by: Site Admin on July 25, 2017, 01:46:45 pm

Title: Welcome Weasel Whackers
Post by: Site Admin on July 25, 2017, 01:46:45 pm
Hello! Welcome to CacheWalker, Weasel Whackers  ;D

We are a group for those who love Geocaching and Walking. We're a friendly bunch, and you're welcome to join us wherever you are as long as you prefer walking to your caches! ;) You can read more about us on our About (;sa=page;p=1) and FAQ (;sa=page;p=8) pages. Feel free to contact a member of our site team (;sa=page;p=3) for help on the site, or email - alternatively,  post any questions you may have right here!  :)

Don't forget to introduce yourself on this thread! We do hope that you'll take part in forum life; feel free to look around and join in! We also hold frequent events and we would love to meet you at one!

Happy CacheWalking,

CacheWalker Group
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Title: Re: Welcome Weasel Whackers
Post by: Weasel Whackers on July 25, 2017, 01:57:20 pm
Well, hi everyone,
My name is Ed, and I am geocaching as Weasel Whackers.
My girlfriend and I are visiting the Cotswolds in August.
We are staying right next to GCW #75 (Bibury)...

We like to make nice walks, guided by geocache trails.
We would like to find out what we really should not miss, while walking in the area.
And hope to find the answers here in this forum.

Looking forward to visiting the beautiful Cotswolds!
Title: Re: Welcome Weasel Whackers
Post by: walktall on July 25, 2017, 11:57:47 pm
If you like good walks, look for a cacher called 'wrighty' (he's on here as well) on geocaching, he's got some excellent caching circular walks ;D
Title: Re: Welcome Weasel Whackers
Post by: Griff Grof on July 29, 2017, 12:24:38 pm
Hi @Weasel Whackers - welcome to the CacheWalker forum!

The GCW is a fantastic series and I thoroughly recommend completing it. 

As walktall said, any caches/loops by wrighty are superb and well worth completing - his caches are all about quality, not quantity!

You may find our Gloucestershire (a county containing most of the Cotswolds) walk board useful - visit it here ( Note that a couple of the series' recommended a few years ago are now archived. Also note that there are some recommended ones on the map that haven't got a thread - so browse the local area on the map too.

If you have any questions about the area, or would like more suggestions, just ask!  :)