Today was the last of my days working in Elstree for a couple of weeks, so hopefully the next few days will have more finds at more interesting locations. But for now, a quick cache and dash around King’s Cross/St. Pancras will have to suffice. It was back to the Lost River Fleet series, this time #13.
Just time for another quick cache and dash during a diversion on the way home this evening. My target for today was one of the Lost River Fleet series, #15 Railway Cutting near King’s Cross. I found it quickly and then poked my camera over the bridge parapet to see the tube trains trundling past below.
Trad: 5 Challenge: 1 Whereigo: 1 Walked: 12.3 miles
I was back in London again today for a geek event in the evening. I travelled up to town during the afternoon and found a few more caches on my own – including The Devil’s Own Challenge Cache in Bloomsbury. It’s a Fizzy Challenge – you can only sign the log once you have found caches on all 366 days of the calendar. Since I qualified for this in November 2014, I thought I would stop by and find the pot today.
One of my friends from Leeds was a speaker for the evening event and I met up with him at King’s Cross mid-afternoon. He’s a not really a muggle since he knows about caching but is not in the habit of finding anything much himself. However, I persuaded him to walk around King’s Cross and St. Pancras with me to complete my first Whereigo cache – Side Tracked King’s Cross.
The final GZ wasn’t quite a salubrious as the initial stages, but still fun to tick off another cache type on the list.