This summer we reached the 100 find in Geocaching!
What is Geocaching you say?
According to Geocaching.com; Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.
We call it fun for the family.
We call it a reason to go for a hike, bike ride or just get out of the house.
We've had so much fun on our family treasure hunts, that we have started to introduce others to the fun. We even have friends that started this year and have already surpassed us in finds.
This year we really hit some great spots, so we thought we'd feature some of our favorites.
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The time I climbed a good 20 feet up a rock fall to get the cache.
The time Mouse got to pretend she was Superman, and see a real phone booth.
Mouse and I with a New Ulm find.
The time I walked through a lot of poison ivy to get the cache ( I don't react no worries).
The cool twisted tree where a cache was hidden.
Out caching with the neighbor girl and Mouse just because we were bored.
Steve and Mouse with their Wisconsin find.
Mouse and the neighbor girl with our first find of summer.
Mouse finding a way cool fort in the woods.
And that is why we like geocaching so much, we'd never have seen half of these spots without geocaching.
I have to say go, go now and try it.