New Caches

First we must apologise for not maintaining this feature while we have been away – I thought it would be easy to keep it updated but with very indifferent internet connections and a very busy schedule we found it impossible.

This week we have a new series around Barmouth, one at Llandanwg and one on Anglesey.

GC9GGJP Invigorate Your Senses by llandanwg Traditional D1.5/T1.5

GC9GMBT Colossus of Roads by Glaslyn1 Traditional D1.5/T1.5

GC9G8JN Brook’s Barmouth Bash #1 – Up to the tops, we go! by CazzaB80 Traditional D1.5/T2
GC9GTMKBrook’s Barmouth Bash #2 – Fern en-route by CazzaB80 Traditional D1.5/T2
GC9G8K0 Brook’s Barmouth Bash #3 – Panorama Walk by CazzaB80 Traditional D3.5/T3
GC9G8KH Brook’s Barmouth Bash #4 – Panorama Viewpoint by CazzaB80 Traditional D3/T3.5
GC9G8KX Brook’s Barmouth Bash #5 – Mossy Tree by CazzaB80 Traditional D1.5/T2.5
GC9G8M9 Brook’s Barmouth Bash #6 – Cae Fadog by CazzaB80 Traditional D1.5/T3.5
GC9G8N0 Brook’s Barmouth Bash #7 – Frenchman’s Grave by CazzaB80 Traditional D3/T3.5
GC9G8NQ Brook’s Barmouth Bash #8 – Dinas Oleu by CazzaB80 Traditional D3.5/T2.5
GC9G8Q3 Brook’s Barmouth Bash #10 – Stone Wall Stile by CazzaB80 Traditional D3.5/T3
GC9G8QH Brook’s Barmouth Bash #11 – Big Reach Tree by CazzaB80 Traditional D1.5/T2.5
GC9G8QQ Brook’s Barmouth Bash #12 – Stone House by CazzaB80 Traditional D2T3
GC9G8R1 Brook’s Barmouth Bash #13 – Top Crag by CazzaB80 Traditional D2.5/T3.5
GC9G8R7 Brook’s Barmouth Bash #14 – Ditch by CazzaB80 Traditional D2.5/T3
GC9G8VB Brook’s Barmouth Bash #15 – Barmouth Sign by CazzaB80 Traditional D2.5/T2.5
GC9G8V1 Brook’s Barmouth Bash #16 – White Stile Wall by CazzaB80 Traditional D1.5/T2
GC9G8VP Brook’s Barmouth Bash #17 – Boulder Path by CazzaB80 Traditional D2.5/T3
GC9G8W7 Brook’s Barmouth Bash #18 – Llanaber by CazzaB80 Traditional D1.5/T1.5

At the time of writing this #9 has not been published.

Other News

We have missed the deadline for publishing an event for International Earthcache Weekend, 9-10th October, so sadly there will be no event this year. There is a souvenir for finding and logging an Earthcache anytime over the weekend.

Finally we would like to take this opportunity to wish sionyn68 a very speedy recovery from Covid 19, the hazards of being a teacher, and hope to see both Sion and Wendy at our next event.

Post Card from the Azores, Flores

After five and a half years planning we are here in Flores, the most westerly point of Europe, surrounded by the Atlantic ocean, next stop the USA. The scenery is truly amazing and we find ourselves repeatedly exclaiming WOW. With Waterfalls over half a kilometre high and volcano calderas two a penny here it’s hard to describe the beauty. Geocaches however are a contrast often a small fragile plastic bottle from a popular local non alcoholic drink being abandoned in strategic locations, without the respect of private property or stone walls. Our lack of Portuguese is a handicap even with google translate often the text and hint are often incomprehensible.

New Caches

Gwyn, another new cache on Anglesey……….
GC9FQCW Rhoscolyn High Ground by delbee1983 Traditional D1.5/T1.5


Ever fancied a night in a bothy? Here is your chance………
GC9FN1B M-I-T-M-O-N #14 (again) Dulyn (again) by trebor nosnwot 24.9.2021

For anyone wishing to join us in the Azores there is still time to book your flights……….
GC9FNZ5 9 Usual Suspects on Tour – Angra do Heroísmo by 9 Usual Suspects 18.9.2021

Nosh & Natter 40

Jude with her leaving present

Tuesday saw the return of Nosh & Natters at the Anglesey, Caernarfon, the hardy few braved the cold August evening to enjoy the view of the Menai Straits. It also gave us a chance to give Jude100 an early send off as they are moving to Lancashire later in the month. Bob and Judy have been part of 9US since the beginning and have been part of many adventures over the years, their absence from events, especially CITOs, will be very much missed. On behalf of all the 9 Usual Suspects and their Geocaching Friends we would like to wish them all the very best in their ‘posh’ new home.

Will the flag be flying in Ainsdale?