Geocaching

Today would have been an ideal hike day but the kids really protest hiking lately. Boo!

Geocaching was kid approved and still includes fresh air and outside activity, so that’s what we did.

Geocaching involves finding hidden treasures all over town, using GPS coordinates. Some caches are so tiny there is only room for a signature log but others contain small toys you can take if you leave something else in its place.
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This one was just a “micro cache”, but close to my parents house. We got to stop over and see Grandma and Grandpa.
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Lotus looking for the cache…
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A second cache was found at Rood Bridge Park…
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Xander gets a piggy back ride back to the car. Still my baby! I need to check if Isaac is still my baby but let me get a few more reps in at the gym.
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