Sunday, August 14, 2016
When I'm visiting an area for just a few hours or a few days, I'll typically download the local caches and then sort them based on their favorite points. It's a quick and easy way to spot the caches others think are special.
This one was very easy to access, yet hidden from public view under a large cedar tree.
this one had a notable collection of favorite points, so I had to stop to see why.
This one was a lesson for urban geocaching. The first trick was recognizing what it was instead of what it used to be. The next trick was correctly interpreting the clues in the cache description so that you could open it.
Not all of the fun caches are large. Perhaps the caching highlight of my time in Seattle was a nano-sized cache. Very nicely done, but the special part was meeting another geocacher there that was describing a similar cache in Mesa - yup, one of mine.