Geography Cat and his official stunt doubles Mike & Ike are all huge fans of heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath. So Mike was thrilled to…
Geography Cat and his official stunt doubles Mike & Ike are all huge fans of heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath. So Mike was thrilled to…View More Mike’s Black Sabbath Birmingham Tour
Geography Cat’s official stunt double Ike has travelled over 140 000 miles throughout 2020, more than most of the rest of the GC community put…View More Ike’s 2020 Adventures & Geography Cat’s year in review
Sara took Ike to London at the beginning of this year and showed him some famous places from an open-top bus tour. How many of…View More Ike’s London Landmark Quiz
A brief geographical perspective to mark the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing Thank you to Chris for sending this card to Geography Cat’s Project…View More Hiroshima, Japan
Everything you always wanted to know about travelling with the stunt double of a geographically inclined feline but were afraid to ask…View More What’s it really like to travel with Ike?
Felixstowe is located on the east coast of England in the county of Suffolk. Geography Cat visited the town specifically to see the Port of…View More Felixstowe, and how containerisation has changed the world.
Thank you so much to Nappi for sending this postcard from Askola, Finland. The images on the right show Hiidenkirnut also called Giant’s Kettles or glacial…View More Askola, Finland (Giant’s Kettles/Glacial Potholes)
Geography Cat is grateful to fellow feline Larry for sending this lovely card from his own home address, Number 10 Downing Street, London. This postcard…View More 10 Downing Street (trade blocs)
Thank you to Dave for sending in a card from one of Geography Cat’s most favourite places, the Isle of Arran, off the south-west coast…View More Arran (geological time)
There must be hundreds of thousands of zebra crossings in the UK, but this is the one that people from all over the world want…View More Mike visits Abbey Road Studios, London
Geography Cat’s own human no.2 sent him this card, thank you Pete. The top left photograph on the postcard shows Pulteney Bridge, this was built…View More Bath (toll roads & rus in urbe)
After all their walking, Heather, Ike and the Mr Men were delighted to have a drive out to the coast the next day. They very…View More Ike at Runswick Bay, North Yorkshire Coast
Ike, Heather and the Mr Men were happy to have sunshine again, for their 5th day of Caching and Walking. This time they headed for…View More Ike enjoys the Riverside Walk by Malton
After a nice lay-in to recover from that long walk, Heather, Ike and the Mr Men set off later the next day! This day was…View More Multi-caching in Malton
You’re joining Ike and Heather on their third leg of his walk, if you missed the first and second parts you can catch them by…View More Ike stretches his legs around Malton, North Yorkshire (Part 3)
If you missed part 1, here is a link. Ike, Heather & Mark then walked up, going further into the Howardian Hills area of outstanding…View More Ike stretches his legs around Malton, North Yorkshire (Part 2)
This was to be an epic walking day for Heather, Mark and Ike, together with the geo-caching Mister Men. Ike & the Mr Men packed…View More Ike stretches his legs around Malton, North Yorkshire (Part 1)
Sunday is always a chill out day on holidays….so after some snoozing, Heather, Mark, Ike and the Mr Men headed out for a short walk,…View More Macabre geo-caching for Ike in North Yorkshire
Ike was delighted with the opportunity to return to Malton & Norton and be reunited with Heather and Mark, and the Mr Men again, for…View More Ike returns to Malton and Norton, North Yorkshire.
After 3000km of driving around the country with Helen & Traff, Ike finally made it to the new volcano in Iceland – even though it…View More Ike’s Icelandic volcano special
Today Ike took a trip to see something that unfortunately, no longer exists. Okjökull or the Ok glacier was a glacier on top of the…View More Ike visits something which is not there – Okjökull