So why would we come to Denmark for the day? Well, it is a nice place but the truth of the matter is that our primary objective was to finally complete the Jasmer challenge. At the end of 2011 I had eight to go, none of which could be found in the UK and there I remained stuck. This year I resolve to finish it. In July a visit to Sweden got my first. Then in August a trip to the USA (Washington state and Oregon) got me six more.
The alarm woke us at 04:30 and a few hours later we were picking up our hire car. The weather was kind to us and it remained dry throughout. All critical caches found, though a couple of disappointments along the way. At the end we had completed the Jasmer challenge and managed 8 different caches types during the day. We also managed to collect four challenge caches before it was time to return to the airport. Then we found our flight was delayed by nearly two hours! We did eventually get home but it was a very, very long day! Was it worth it? Definitely!!
I think I probably qualify many times over. Here's a couple of examples:-
BadgeGen Travel Bug Badge http://coord.info/TB27KF2 discovered on 02 May 2012 http://coord.info/TL2P7WF1 with over 2,900,000 km.
Butterfly EF1 http://coord.info/TB3768C discovered on 25 Apr 2013 http://coord.info/TL5CFNHA with over 100,000 km.
We parked at the recommended spot and made our way to GZ where the cache was found after a short search. Very glad to have found this one as it was our final icon of the day and we were rapidly running out of time.