We continued to clean the boat today doing some polishing and brasses and oiling the woodwork. We are now running low on diesel so will have to move tomorrow. This afternoon we thought we needed to get a bit fitter so we set up the ETrex GPS and went Geocaching. The first find was only 0.3 of a mile away and we found a small camera film case in a hollow of a tree.Then we moved another half a mile away to pick up a second one lodged in a wall on a disused railway, where there was a disc in it from Canada.That then took us to another new one, in a field full of bulls! The last one was only two days old and someone had beat us to it by a few hours. They got to it at 7.40am in the morning...have some people got a life? We're keen but not that eager! We took a nice circular route back to Derwent6 which took us through Wheat, Barley and Rye fields and also a field full of beans.These only need a week more and they will be ready for picking, it would be rude not to borrow some. We saw loads of ladybirds and this funny looking character. The fella looked like a moth but also like a dragonfly with double wings. Does anyone know what it is? We then got back and had Roast Pork, run the engine for a hour, before settling down to Torchwood.