So, how many of you are into it? For those who are unaware of what geocaching is, check out this website: www.geocaching.com It's pretty much an adult scavenger hunt using a GPS. It's hiking with a fun goal. The common cache usually comes in small tupperware containers but can be as big or as small as the person who plants it wants it to be. The largest cache I've found was an ammo box, and the smallest one I've found was as big as the tip of my finger. The caches usually have little trinkets. Most are little figurines, and random things but also people place trackables and they can end up all over the world. They all have log books where you write your username, date and what you may have taken/left. I've found 34 caches to date. Most were while I did not have an account, so my 'logged' caches are 14. so much fun! For those who do go geocaching, what's the coolest cache you've found? For me one of the coolest was when someone had hollowed out a fallen tree, and made it so the end of the stump was screwed in so you just rotated it open. An other one was the smallest cache. It was disguised as a black bolt on a fence surrounding an art piece in one of our public parks near downtown. Both were super hard to find, lol Today we were out for almost 3hrs. I think Duke and Boomer had the most fun, as you can probably tell by Duke's face in this pic with my friend. Happy geopups, they been sleeping since.