Thursday 7 June: Gigerline Geocaching with Marmaduke Rothschild. A wander around some of the Vampire Series.
Distance: 16.3km | Climb: 400m | Time: 8.25am – 2.55pm (6hrs 30mins), including 30 mins of breaks | Grading: M/M; M(10)
Photographs are available, where you can start a large sized slideshow.
Waypoint and Track Files
Download the gpx file for this trip (if your browser does not automatically download the file, it will open the gpx file in a new window and you can then save it). To use in Google Earth, do File, Open… and select Gps or All files as the File Type.
I’m not really a numbers man … until the opportunity and invitation arises. Then I’m a numbers man. But my primary geocaching goal is all the traditional caches in Namadgi National Park.
Two introverts enjoyed their own … and each other’s … company today. What would a psychologist make of that?
Pretty dry and uninteresting country, but the number of caches kept us involved. Open walking with a very little scrub; a bit tight in places down near the Murrumbidgee and a couple of the gullies; a couple of zones of Bursaria.
A starter (for me) on the way out with GC7NCF0 Vampire Series #30 – Petar Blagojevich at the Spring Station Creek crossing. By the time we finished what we could do for the day of the Vampire Series, I had 39 finds. Thanks to Roger, we stopped at the entrance to Lanyon on the way home for both of us to log GC7Q3BW Lanyon Homestead. I won’t list the other finds here. If you’re interested, check out my geocaching page for 7 Jun 18.
Thanks Roger. Organise another!
2 walkers – Roger E (Marmaduke Rothschild) (leader), me (JohnnyBoyACT).