First off, if you are reading this and Geocaching near our location in Indiana then you may not want to look at some of the below pictures, so as not to spoil any caches that you have not found yet.
I will try not to give away too many details on where the caches are, but anyone who can put 2+2 together could figure out what caches I am talking about, so be warned.
Geocaching is a lot of fun and you can get some good physical and mental exercise from it. We visited 11 sites this weekend and out of those we found 9 of the caches and came up empty for the other 2. At one site we spent a good 3 hours looking, but never did find the cache. Talk about getting a headache.
Today we worked on simple caches with a difficulty of no more than 2 (out of 5) so as to build up our confidence again. It was a perfect day for being outside and getting some exercise. I'm not going to say where we were, but the pictures may give it away.
|A beautiful day walking outside today.|
|Cache camouflaged like a book.|
Each Travel Tag or Bug has its own story and mission. Some are to travel across America while others want to go overseas. Some have very specific missions and so it is our responsibility to try and keep it on course.
This one's name is 'Anemone the Clown Fish Travel Tag' and he wants to travel to as many places as possible. We help it along by taking it with us to all the caches we find and logging it online. Once we find a suitable home for it, we will let it go so someone else can spend time with it. Another request of its owner is to take as many pictures as possible of the places it visits.
|Our little pet (Travel But/Tag) that we picked up this weekend.|
|The LivelyRV Geocaching crew. Ian, Ethan, Tia, Courtney, Avery, Misty, & Chloe. Don is taking the picture.|
|Ethan, Ian, Avery, Courtney, & Tia posing in the sun.|
|Courtney, Tia, Ian, Ethan, & Avery at the gauging station on the Wabash River.|
Don, Misty, & Kids.