About Me

Hi! My name is Kelly and I live in a small town called Houghton Regis in Bedfordshire, UK. I have an awesome boyfriend called Nigel; he has had the misfortune of having me as a girlfriend since the year 2000.
Nige and I at Sonisphere
I don't have any children, I prefer animals... they're cleaner! I have a Border Collie called Sadie*, she's been my loyal friend for 14 years. I wish I had discovered geocaching years ago as she would have loved the sport as much as I do, probably more so! She is getting slower these days and I think she has a peanut butter addiction, but we still enjoy short walks and cuddles.

* My old friend is no longer with me; she runs forever through the great cornfields in the sky now. I miss her dearly.

I work as a Lab Manager in an opticians and achieved The Level 4 Diploma for Optical Technicians back in 2010.

In my free time, I love to go out geocaching (obviously). When I'm not doing that, I'm either reading or listening to music. I'm not fussy when it comes to music genres but I mostly listen to Rock and Heavy Metal these days. Nige and I try to go to as many gigs as we can and have seen bands like Five Finger Death Punch, Iron Maiden, Slipknot, Volbeat... and many more, it's a big list and still growing. My favourite band of all time though is The Offspring.

I am also a huge fan of the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC). I find it far more exciting than Formula 1 racing. We try to get to one of our local tracks each year during the season to watch the racing live. I have driven around some of the tracks in the UK and have been driven round the same tracks by some of the Touring Car drivers before. I had the most fun being a passenger in a car round Rockingham being driven by former BTCC champ Matt Neal.

I also enjoy taking photos so hopefully you will see lots of those scattered about these pages. I hope you enjoy reading my blog as much as I enjoy writing it. If you want to know more about me or about geocaching then just get in touch.

Until the next time...

Happy caching!

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