1 Sep 2011

Busy Week

It's been a busy week here in Nottingham. The blog has had an influx of people looking at it, there has been an increased flow from America and Mansfield here in Nottinghamshire. I can't think who that is (LOL) It's okay don't worry, it's a personal joke between myself and my partner. 

Thank you all for visiting, it's great to know that you find what I have to say so interesting!

After a few quiet weeks,  we have now been inundated with orders for geocoins, both through the Ebay shop but also by phone, but the remapping enquiries and bookings have also increased, again a lot of the bookings have come from people following our links above.  So much so that it looks like over the next few weeks we are going to be all over the country again. It will be good to get out and get more caching done in some new areas.

We have also been busy preparing for upcoming events. We have some geocoins to give out to competition winners that have been specially made.

 We have found a good series to point people in the direction of as well whilst they are in the area. The weather forecast is improving as well, always good news as the beginning of this week wasn't the best.

My sister and her family are staying at our house while we are away and we are leaving them with our old Garmin, loaded with some decent caches and she has said that they may venture out and see what caching is all about (always good to get some potential new recruits) and someone needs to look after the hens.

Next week should see the finalisation of another event that we are planning on holding in the next few months, more of that when it comes to fruition.

Next time I will have some news about a new type of cache that is being set, one that is causing a bit of controversy in different places due to a commercial aspect that has come in to it,  and it will be interesting to see if and how it develops in this country.

As always, thanks for reading, it is great to look at the stats at the end of each month and see how many visitors the blog gets from different countries. There has been a constant stream of supportive messages posted as well from readers which are always great to receive, as well as the emails that I get from people more local who tell me lots of very interesting information that I keep in reserve should I ever need to use it! (thanks guys, you know who you are)

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