Perhaps we have a morbid side, but we really love geocaching in cemeteries. I think it’s the history and mystique of the whole thing – and thankfully close to home there are two cache locations that satisfy our curiosity for the dead.
One of these is Pioneers Chair GC1460Q by “daznat99″, situated at the end of the scenic Point Frederick, near Gosford overlooking Brisbane Water.
This micro cache had us quite stumped for a while. GZ seemed to be bouncing around all over – and we were up and down the stairs, but in the end a bit of perseverance and lateral thinking saved the day and we soon discovered what turned out to be quite a sneaky hide and signed the dog… err.. we mean log!
Wolfie, proud of his find.
Thanks for the Cache, daznat99. We love these cemetery hides and the challenge of finding a micro.
Well, time for something different. How about a multi, in a cemetary? A really old cemetary – where pioneers rest, and their headstones contain the clues to finding the cache!
Bring on Brady’s Pioneers – located in a small park close to home which we didn’t even know existed.
That’s the amazing thing about geocaching. You are guided to all these wonderful new places and experiences that would otherwise go by unnoticed.
It was fun locating the headstones and using their clues to get the final coordinates for the cache. TeamWolfie encountered one Muggle, but he and his dog kept his distance whilst maintaining a watchful eye on our activities. And a great little cache it was. This was Guy’s first find, and TeamWolfie’s second find all up. The interesting location, the thrill of Guy getting his first find, go together into making this cache another of our favorites.
Guy's first find - well done, mate!
Brady’s Pioneers was also to be our very first discovery of a geocoin, which we did not remove on this occasion.
Well done, Guy.