Geocaching

Food, Family, Fan — May 27, 2010

May 27, 2010 // 0 Comments

Family fun is around the bend and along the trail Summer is prime geocache time It isn’t just about the trinkets kids can collect at the end of the search. Geocaching is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and summer is a perfect time to get started. For the small investment of a global positioning system (GPS) and a can of bug spray—under $100—families can begin [...]

Latest, greatest outdoor sport—available at the Squire

July 23, 2009 // 0 Comments

FINDING IS FUN—Geocaching at the Squire are three generations, including visitors from Massachusetts. A mom, dad and three sisters, one with her two children were “caught” geocaching outside the Squire on Thursday, July 16. Beth (“Just Fiddling Around” to geocaching friends) along with son and daughter Andrew and Hillary Baning came a long way to make this find. [...]

Hide and go seek: Outdoor sport heats up in warm weather

April 30, 2009 // 0 Comments

SIGNING THE LOG—Mark and Bevie Schmidt find a geocache on Roger Allen’s property. Most caches are on public land, such as parks, but some private property owners enjoy the fun of watching people find the caches. by Roger Allen Have you heard about “letterboxing”? It’s an organized game of following clues to find items that other participants have [...]