My next trip is Phoenix, AZ, what are the unique geocaches I should pursue and what are the best roads to drive?
Taking part in the June geocaching challenge sponsored by Cache_Advance and the GeocachingVlogger. This month’s challenge is to find a geocache near a statue. So I went downtown with my son and we logged this nice virtual cache placed by TurtleTrax. This statue honors all of the runners of Bloomsday, the third largest fun run in the world.
I was in Salt Lake City, Utah for less than 24 hours on a business trip, and like many of you I had to make time to log a couple of geocaches. For me they were a short walk from the hotel. Thank you to Torrey Troop and Lockjaw for the close by caches for a business traveler like me.
Some scenes while searching Silver Mountain, Idaho for geocaches and just enjoying the beauty.
The STAR (Spokane Trails and Railroads) Challenge, a geocaching challenge sponsored by Cache Advance. This was the summer 2018 challenge which I just picked up and did. The problem with doing a challenge this late is that some of the caches are now deactivated. Good practice for their upcoming FUN Challenge though. I hope you enjoy this video and all the cool caches they placed.
This is my first hide. I don’t have many finds as a geocacher despite being involved for about ten years. Most of my finds have been related to adding states while traveling, something I’ll be doing more of to fill in my map. But this cache is special, not only as my first hide, but for another reason as it will be a ‘destination resort’ of types.