Today I went out geocaching with our eldest son, as our youngest was back at pre-school. We had four caches on our to-do list, and they were all in the bush so we could have a nice walk too.
The first one we went for was only a short walk from where I parked the car. Tom led the way with the GPSr, and took us to the cache. It wasn’t a particularly large one, but I’d chosen it because it was made of Lego. This certainly made it one of the most unique caches we’d found.
It was a short drive to the parking spot for the next couple of caches. The next find was a nano attached to a sign, so it was fairly straightforward. We headed off along the track towards our next cache. This one was originally published as a large sized cache, but over time it’s been muggled a couple of times, so it’s now a micro. It took a while to find it, and I did get a clue from one of the previous logs.
We kept going along the track towards a playground, which ended up being our lunch stop. It was a park which was close to the house I grew up in, and it’s certainly changed a bit since then. After lunch we headed back to the car, and on the way we made our final find for the day. This was another unique container.
We both had a good day, and will go out next week to do it again. However Tom has asked if there can be more caches and less walking, so I’ll need to see if I can find a nice group of caches that we can go for.