Up and out we went. Off for another evening’s geocaching. Not that we are bothered about treasure hunting but it makes for a good evening walk in our glorious warm weather. I added that for all you Canadians and Brits who are still suffering shivering temps and lots of rain.
This is looking up at the Clock Tower where we found our first cache of the evening. Having walked to the tower, it seemed we were miles off the cache. OK, a few metres, so back we went to systematically start at the beginning of the wall. He found the cleverly hidden cache.
The clock, apparently, was to make sure workers were not late to work on the dockyard.
Some years ago, we had an Australian guest. As we walked past the clock tower it chimed. Where’s that noise coming from? she asked. Hello sweetie, open eyes, look up. Not exactly easy to miss.
Buoyed up with our success, we skipped off to the next cache that we had dismally failed to find twice before. At the lovely Rosia Bay where Nelson was brought after his battle at Trafalgar. Not that it did him a lot of good of course seeing as he died after his glorious victory.
How clever was this? A bolt with a rusty piece of metal stuck on the end and inserted in the wall. Soooo clever, and so was I for finding it.
A final image – up to the top of the Rock in the cable car.
Link to the Daily Post ‘Up‘ challenge.