These pictures are of my parents engaging in what has become a new family hobby: geocaching! Just after the second picture was taken, my dad found the cache hidden behind a metal pole. I had already seen it, but was pretending I hadn't so that my mom could find it. Alas, she still didn't, because my dad beat her to the punch! Oh well...
If you want to learn more about geocaching, go to www.geocaching.com and read their beginner's guide. It's a great way to get out into nature and a fun way to spend time with family and/or friends!
We have some friends who love to geocache. We'd love to get started but just havent'. Looks like so much fun.ReplyDelete
Great choice for The Hunt.
Never heard of it before.ReplyDelete
I had never heard of geocaching before! Thanks for the heads-up on something new!ReplyDelete
Wow - had never heard of this before. Looks like it could be fun.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by.
I've seen that around lately, but haven't read up enough to truly understand it.ReplyDelete
Fun photos! Thanks so much for stopping by.
that's crazy. i've been hearing about geocaching before.. but only from my parents. i still don't completely understand how it all works.... but it sounds like fun.ReplyDelete
Geocaching is a great hobby! Our family just picked it up not too long ago.ReplyDelete
Looks like fun! I have friends that do it, think we need to give it a try!ReplyDelete
I have heard of it. Sort of like orienteering, right? Both are something I would love to try! Thank you for the info and link.ReplyDelete
Very cool. I remember reading about that but have never had the oportunity to try.ReplyDelete
I had never heard of it, but now that I have I will at least see what's it is about. Anything to promote family unity and friendship which is what my blog is all about.ReplyDelete
Sounds like an interesting hobby.ReplyDelete
Thank you for visiting.
This is the first geocache hobby I've seen! Looks interesting and fun :)ReplyDelete
I've never heard of this before reading your blog!ReplyDelete
You were sweet to leave it for your Mom to find, even if your Dad did beat her to it!
Wow! I never heard of this before either. Looks like it might be fun. Have a great time with it!ReplyDelete
Wow, I learn something new everyday! Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
I still don't understand what it is, lol but if it's fun then it's OK !ReplyDelete
Geocaching! I remember I was in California in a park, and I saw this guy walk up behind the bushes to a ventilation shaft for a nearby building...and pull out a small box with a long list of names on the inside. When I went up and talked with him, he said he was geocaching. Sounds interesting!ReplyDelete
I'm not sure if it's possible to do it without a GPS device, though, and I'm kind of a poor college student...maybe. I could give it a shot once or twice.
I've heard just a little about geocaching. It sounds like a great deal of fun and adventure. I hope to do it one day. Sounds like a great hobby. Thanks for sharing this with us.ReplyDelete
I used one of my hobbies to show off two more....
That seems like a fun hobby. I know several people who are "geocachers" (?) Thanks for visiting Pollywog Creek and leaving a comment. I hope your weekend has been grand!ReplyDelete
We just started this too. Haven't found a thing yet - I must be dumb ;-)Visit my blog at High Strangeness Altoona or go directly to my Photo Hunt Post.ReplyDelete