Youngsters find first geocache at Squire

On a beautiful afternoon on Friday, August 6, Logan Lovall, 8, and sister Ava, 4, found their first-ever geocache at the Rockford Squire newspaper. Free since 1871 is the name of the cache and refers to the age of the business and that we are a free publication. The geocache is free, too. Ava is putting in a coin and taking out a pretty ring. Our cache is small, the size of a film canister, but others are as large as ammunition cans. Sometimes caches are something to see and don’t actually include a container at all. These educational/environmental caches are called Earthcaches.

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