iPhone Orienteering w/ www.GeoCaching.com

Sitting around late one night with a friend of mine on a regular trawl of YouTube for anything epic fail related we came across a trailer for the movie Splinterheads. It features a rather attractive and cool/bad-ass carnival girl who is uncharacteristically keen on the somewhat nerdy sport of GeoCaching. Skipping ahead we soon found ourself walking through an dubious nearby lane besides Keyham train station in Plymouth, UK  looking for a hidden 35mm flim container. To our amazement, we found the container and more importantly confirmed that there is actually an epic international treasure hunt happening all around us, present in nearly every country in the world – 1,300,000+ hidden caches according to the official website stat!

Not content with merely digging around the shadows of Plymouth’s suburbs, I wanted some more adventure, the kind glamorised by Galaxy in the movie when she leaps from a waterfall to retrieve goodies hidden at the bottom of a crystal clear mountain river.. Ok, my expectations are a little high for the likes of Devon but never the less a short search on the website unveils a series of caches along the South West Coast Path.. So the next day while the sun was bright and the weather was sweet I set off in search of countryside goodies – and here are my pics!

— These pics contain SPOILERS, so if your big on GC then you might not want to read further! —

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