The boys looked and looked...
...until E found it in the spoke. He was very excited!
This cache, along with the other 2, were small and basically contained the log to sign. As I said, the fun really was in getting to the treasure, not necessarily what there was at the end.
If there is something in cache that you want to have, you are supposed to leave something behind in exchange for what you take.
One last picture before moving on.
The next "treasure" brought us to the art museum two minutes away
This treasure had an added bonus along with the log.
A small naked baby. This was quite funny to a 6, 7, and 9 year old!
One of the "geocachers" who signed the log had the title Naked Baby, so we're assuming he/she leaves this token behind....so fun!
The GPS went a little haywire and led us through this old cemetery. Ultimately we discovered that there had originally been a cache hidden in the Veteran's Memorial Site, around the block from the cemetery, but it was removed.
Onto the next site.....
Yes, at Del's, under one of the picnic tables. We finished out our two hour long treasure hunt with frozen lemonade.
Imagine the fun that you could have taking your geocache GPS with you on vacation?
"It's not the end, but the journey in getting there."
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