Wool, Wiltshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

I had to look up the word cache in my very old Oxford pocket dictionary. it read “store of food left behind for future use by explorers, place for the store”.

I found one, or near enough to one in this part of the world, in All Saints Sinnington,

I was exploring and this had been left, so I bought one and it is jolly nice.

Please leave a link to your cache in the comments below.

Next week’s prompt is LANE.

Happy Snapping!

Comments on: "One a week photo challenge- Cache" (11)

  1. That’s an interesting definition! Got me fancying some marmalade now!

  2. I prefer to replace the word food with the word yarn!! Then I would have a lovely cache!

  3. Yum! You found the exact definition there! I was hoping to find a squirrel cache this week, but they must have ate it all during the winter and haven’t started stashing yet! I had to be content with my cupboard.
    My link:

  4. Home made marmalade Mm! I decided cache wasn’t something I could find to photograph. Food, weapons, computer – nothing like that to see. 😦

  5. Langa is part of Cape Town 🙂 And three quid is a jolly good price, considering the long distance it’s travelled to get to you !

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