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Mix Scooting with Geocatching for the perfect summer adventure

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ADVENTURE WITH MICRO

MIX SCOOTING WITH GEOCATCHING FOR THE PERFECT SUMMER ADVENTURE



Beverley
Beverley is one of the members of our customer service team. A walking font of all knowledge she knows everything there is to know about scooters and accessories.


Father and son adventurer, family blogger, home schooling dad and Micro Scooters Ambassador… Pauly’s talents are literally endless.

Last week Pauly and Opeie mixed a scooting adventure with geocatching for some seriously fun father/son bonding time. 

This is a must read if you’re looking to get Daddy scooting this Fathers’ Day.

A ‘world’s greatest dad’ mug would be lovely but what I really love is something that me and the boys can do together, that’s what Father’s Day is all about, right?

Last year we started Geocaching with the boys and the 4 of us had some seriously fun adventures. Many in lush weather like this but there were a few where we were out, hunting around woodland in the pouring rain and the weather didn’t make it any less fun. We’d not been for quite some time but last week Opeie asked if we could go again. I had the perfect place in mind with Geocache sites scattered all over a huge piece of farmland and it meant that we could take the Micro scooters with us to get from cache to cache. Opeie named our day ‘cowboy adventure day’.

If you’ve not tried geocaching before it is a must. With thousands of hidden caches to find all over the country you can fit it in pretty much anywhere you go, using the geocache app which you can download to your phone. It’s a great way to get the boys out and walking on a nice day and if you pick an area with lots of caches to find, the excitement of each one is a great distraction from the actual distance that you have walked (or in our case, scooted).

We couldn’t scoot everywhere so there was a fair bit of stashing our scooters in some long grass or chaining them to a tree while we went off adventuring. At this point in our family days out we would be completely lost without our Micro scooters with us. They’ve opened up the world to the boys, taking them off of their feet and getting them moving about even more productively.

There’s so much fun to be had. 

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