Life as a Geocacher

Caching and Reviewing

This is made up of stories from my caching and my reviewing.  It is a collection of those along with comments and thoughts.  Photos, and maps of some adventures and lists of some of the oldest caches.

Daily Caching

This was a busy week in many ways.  I think there were five or six events in the area, pretty much every day this week seemed to have one. I dont know how many I actually made it to.  Three or four I think.  

I had some scout activities, I worked late a few times.  Went to a few events.  I have started to try a streak.  I did it some time ago and hit one hundred days, before it became a chore.  This time I just want to grab one every day. 

I  am starting to grab a few here and there, the events have helped a lot.  I have had to scramble two days, but I did make it.  I started on February 1st, and the reason was simple.  when i was looking at my stats I was missing a few. I was missing caches on a number of days, how to fill them in, well grab them of course.  Well, then I was not sure what days, without a list with me, so I grabbed one every day. Some at lunch, some on the way home.

I am impressed with a few cachers that have reached a few years of getting one every day.  Hats off to DrJay that is at 4 years (if I remember right), with over 1600 FTF's.  An impressive feat.

This afternoon I went for a drive up to where my scouts are going camping this week.  I though i would take a moment to check things out at the campsite, and of course to grab a few caches.

My daughter and I grabbed one while we were going around. 

I stopped at thistle where I was told one of my caches had been missing.   So I braved the horrible hop, skip and jump over to Tetanus shot.  Only to see it right where I had left it hanging last summer.

I replaced my corner view up in Orem on Saturday, and grabbed another. 

I plan on going through many of my caches this year and making sure they are ok.  It has been a few years since some of them were put out.  A few have been replaced, but I need to get out and look at many others.

 

 

 

 

 

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