Poet David Coldwell has created a geocache challenge based on the poetry trail I put together a few weeks back (with the first two poems, as he says, being released into the wild). More poem-based geocache spots are going to be added soon. I’m really chuffed he’s building on the trail with a new layer of involvement.
The post title borrows from David’s of “Hidden Poems and Satellites – an Easter challenge”
Below is an extract from David’s excellent blog, The Cotton Grass Appreciation Society”
Marsden Poetry Trail – “Heron” and “Small Fry” are playing hide and seek.
They have found new homes amongst the trees.
Exact coordinates are 53°36’08.1″N 1°56’05.0″W for Heron and 53°36’19.4″N 1°57’29.1″W for Small Fry.
For those without the aid of satellites simply follow the trail and consider your ‘roots’.
More poems going wild soon.”