September 6 – Easy Rider

Hello, Mrs Hg137 here.

Easy Rider - battered, well-travelled

Easy Rider – battered, well-travelled

Along the Thames Path around Old Windsor we came across a trackable, Easy Rider. It’s among the oldest we’ve ever found, as it has been around since 2006. Unsurprisingly, it’s been around a bit since then, and has travelled 38,000 miles, which is one-and-a-bit-times around the world. Also unsurprisingly, the American motorbike helmet (or football helmet, I’m not sure) it’s attached to has also worn a bit since then – there is not nearly as much paint on it as on the photos on the Geocaching website, http://www.geocaching.com

In that time it has got around a bit (I guess it would be unsurprising if it hadn’t!). Starting in the USA, it went to Canada (Vancouver), Germany, Madeira, the Canary Islands, Israel, back to Canada (Prince Edward Island), Switzerland, England – and I think I may have missed a few countries there!

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