Despite my plans to document our geocaching this year, we’ve been finding it hard to fit in some caches due to a surprisingly busy schedule. But thankfully the other day M and I managed a quick cache and grab whilst we were out.
I love when we can grab a quick cache as it has all the reward of finding a geocache, without the whines of a 4 year old with tired legs as I’ve accidentally taken us on a long multi cache circuit. After locating the micro, which was well hidden but easily found my M, we took a short drive to Kingston Lacy to run off some energy with the last of our spare minutes. I don’t know about anyone else, but since M started school it’s like everything is done in blocks of time. I’m glad we still get the occasional block off time to run around like crazy.
It was a bit of a chilly afternoon, so I was grateful we’d popped M’s new Berghaus parka from Blacks in the boot. I always think M looks super smart in a parka coat, whilst he loves the removable fur trim on the hood as he is able to pretend he has a beard. With Summer still a distant dream it’s important to us to keep M warm and dry on our adventures. This Berghaus parka does the job perfectly without being bulky.
M is a very active little boy, so a coat with a lot of give is important. We chose the size up from his age as he’s quite a tall boy and it ended up being the perfect fit. We’ve already had to wipe off mud, puddle water, chalk and some brick dust and still the coat looks brand new.
I’ve promised M we will up our geocaching came over the next few weeks as I am determined to find my 200th cache this year. I think we may have to fit a few more cache and grabs into our schedule.
We were sent a Berghaus parka for the purpose of review.