When a tree gets old and gnarly, you can sometimes see faces in the wood. They’re not often as realistic as this though…

As you might guess, yesterday afternoon I went caching with Rob and Sarah. They’d never done one of my caches, Bob’s Box, and I wanted to go and do a maintenance visit, so off we plodded through the mud.

Having changed the cache camera for a fresh one, we headed off for a nearby cache which none of us had done, Knockin’ on Oven’s Door. The tree in the picture had an oven door cut from it many years ago, and that’s what made it the interesting shape it is now.

And then we went to the pub :-)

This morning I was being a Raynet person on the Stubbington Green 10k Race, after which I enjoyed an afternoon’s geocaching – and as you can see it was a bit wet – I’d just crossed this bridge! There’s a lovely series of caches along a stretch of the Solent Way, and in an eight mile walk, I found
Solent Way – Cliff Top
Solent Way – Brownwich Farm
Solent Way – Wight View
Solent Way – Solent Breezes
Solent Way – Calshot View
Solent Way – Hook Park
Solent Way – Old Wall
Solent Way – Titchfield Haven

And then I went to the car wash to give Grunty a bath, and then I went home and had one myself. Is it bed time yet?

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