17 March 2013 – Greyt Oewerzicht Weekend (Part 3)

And so, all good things come to an end… or does it?  In true Verimark fashion… “Wait… there’s more…!”

We decided to pack up our camp site, before setting off to find the final few caches for the day.  Tables, chairs, fishing rods, ground covers, tents, coolers, pole lights, and the kitchen sink, all securely and methodically put in its respective, geometrically calculated spot.  And we’re off… or so we thought…

Remember that rusty old nail at Middle of Nowhere?  Slow puncture.  Back passenger wheel.  SugarMobile.

So, everything neatly placed, had to be unpacked to access the very unbecoming doughnut spare!

Thankfully, Mr Tricky and Mr Terunkie were quick to assist a couple of crowbar-wielding, damsels in distress…

224 Noupoort Dam#224 NOUPOORT DAM (GC22CE8)
Greyton Nature Reserve in Greyton, South Africa

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With the SugarMobile up and running again, the Suikerbossie-Chappie foursome could finally set off to log a few more caches the Chappies still had to find, before setting course for the final one for the day located in the Greyton Reserve.

Noupoort Dam is a small reservoir situated at the start of the Boesmankloof Hiking Trail and serves as a source of water to the town of Greyton… water, now rumoured to taste a bit sweeter and with a subtle flavour of Chappies…

Visit Noupoort Dam at www.geocaching.com

And so, with doughnut wheel wobbling along and the speed control set at 75km/h, it was finally time for the Suikerbossies to return home.

Thanks Tricky Vicky and Mickey for an epic weekend!

Read more about our Oewerzicht weekend in Parts 1 and 2 of this post.