On the way to this circuit, we did a couple of drive-by caches, including this rather amazingly hidden one,
Next we stopped by a war memorial cache,
And a grabbed a very small, multi-cache.
And then, after a couple more drive-by caches, we headed to the village of Arrington.
Here I let ‘The Man’ do all the maths (probably best for all concerned)….
… then it was time to do a quick church micro.
The church itself had an amazingly decorated church organ.
Then after some more maths,
We grabbed a village sign cache and a war memorial cache.
We then had a quick pit-stop in Haslingfield where I enjoyed a slice of vegan coconut cake and a large black coffee.
Next we headed into the church itself, which had beautiful stained-glass windows…
… and a cool painting of the Last Supper.
We then started on the Haslingfield Humdinger.
It was whilst ‘The Man’ was doing more maths, that I spotted this hungry wasp chewing up the park bench (probably to help make a nest),
Then we grabbed another cache hidden in an old BT phone box.
We next had to avoid some dog walkers, to grab the next few caches.
It was whilst walking to the next cache I spotted what I thought was a brightly coloured key ring, hanging off a bush – it was in fact a Travel Bug so I logged it into my inventory.
We found every cache we searched for and the map for Haslingfield looks 👌🏼.