I’m sorry it’s taken a while to post this post this week. I did take the photo on Monday, and processed it on Tuesday. However for some reason I was having trouble putting a caption to it. I was inspired by another image I had seen recently to do this, plus I could use the grapes and raisins for another photo for my personal 365 project. But the main reason why it’s taken me so long is because we have been out making the most of the two decent days weather we have had mid week from the thundery rain showers we’ve been having.
And the reason for wanting to make the most of a couple of days good weather is a geocaching challenge that I have set myself. Regular readers of the blog will know that alongside my love of LEGO, is a love of Geocaching. I am getting close to having found 1000 caches and for my 1000th I wanted to do a special type of cache. One that’s a bit different, or special in some way. I have chosen the one I want to attempt. It is located up a gully on a hillside in a local range of hills. It has a terrain and difficulty rating of 5 for both. The highest rating you can have.
However to be able to do this, I need to get up to 999 caches. Which means I need to find another 124 caches. Now you may be also wondering what the rush is. Well in a few weeks time is a special date for me. So I decided that I’d like to find my 1000th cache on this date. That leaves me 3 weeks in which to get to 999 caches. So every good day counts, especially whilst the kids are still on school holidays as we then have whole days to go out on adventures.
We now only need to find another 72 to achieve this target.
You can see why I’ve been busy the last 2 days. Rising to the challenge I set myself.
I just hope the minifigs get a move on re-inflating the grapes, because by the end of it I think I may be in need of a glass of wine or two to help complete the celebrations.