|Easy grab for #99|
We spotted one nearby with some history to learn and made an attempt there for our big 100. This effort turned up empty, but we didn't let that get us down.
|Can you see her in there? #100|
Lexi, again was eager to make the find, so we actually stayed in the car and watched while she went into a thicket and retrieved it. She was SO proud to have done it all on her own. What fun this turned out to be!
After logging our find and the trackable exchange, we headed home to make a meal as a family and celebrate the holiday together. It was a Sunday well spent!
|#101, our first STF|
When I explain caching to folks who are unfamiliar, I try to cite locations that they are familiar with to show them how widespread it really is and it always surprises people that caches are hidden so near places they frequent without the knowledge of those not on the hunt. Those poor, unknowing muggles! :-)
|Stage one, the data for #102|
We have begun paying attention to what days of the year we have cached on and so we will start trying for more one or two cache days to fill in our calendar. It will take us at least 4 years to fully fill it in, since we didn't think about doing so until after leap day this year. Oops! That said, it's a great excuse to take a break most any day and clear our heads while seeking smileys along the way!
One at a time or 20 in a day, it's all good, clean fun. We are thrilled to mark our first 100 and can't wait for the next milestone! (Officially the next recognized one is 250)
To read other entries about our caching adventures, click here.