CacheWalkers => Hello => Topic started by: Site Admin on June 25, 2018, 12:21:24 pm

Title: Welcome RosieRambles
Post by: Site Admin on June 25, 2018, 12:21:24 pm
Hello! Welcome to CacheWalker, RosieRambles  ;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,

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Title: Re: Welcome RosieRambles
Post by: RosieRambles on June 25, 2018, 08:29:30 pm
Started caching in mid April; just love getting out into the countryside and this hobby has encouraged us to do that.  A bit wary of urban locations where muggles are rife, but so love getting out and about. We are a bit unfit but steady as she goes, were are getting there.
Title: Re: Welcome RosieRambles
Post by: Bear and Ragged on June 25, 2018, 09:18:07 pm
Also not keen on urban caches, but it seems that's all I do these days!
Title: Re: Welcome RosieRambles
Post by: Gackt on June 25, 2018, 09:57:14 pm
Hi @RosieRambles welcome to CacheWalker Again, I am another who prefers rural over urban. More often than not urban caches seem to be those tiny little nano containers. Unless I have my reading glasses with me, I struggle to see to log my name on the tiny sheet and to wind it back up to put back in the container. I even had one last week that was done up so tight I couldn't grip the two ends of the tiny thing to undo it... (Mothers) Home Plate (
Title: Re: Welcome RosieRambles
Post by: Griff Grof on June 26, 2018, 11:59:50 am
Welcome to CacheWalker! Iím also not a fan of urban caches - too many muggles, too much traffic! Having said that, I donít mind a good Virtual or Webcam cache in an interesting or historic urban location. But I definitely prefer finding caches as part of nice walks in the countryside  :)
Title: Re: Welcome RosieRambles
Post by: walktall on June 27, 2018, 09:45:51 am
Welcome to CacheWalker  ;D

My vote is for rural as well; I feel very self-conscious searching for urban caches. Saying that, I did go to the big smoke and found some physical caches recently but I found more virtual then physical :) Still go a few more virtual caches to find and the odd old (2003 and older) physical caches to find in the big smoke.