My World Tuesday: Hunting Tupperware in the Woods

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These past few weekends, we've been geocaching in the Mulholland Preserve, acres and acres of open space lined with stone walls, filled with second-growth trees, and marked with streams and rock outcroppings.  We were hunting for Tupperware.  Filled with little toys.  We were geocaching.
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I had the habit of lagging behind, reading figures in the rocks as if they were clouds. Here I saw the grim reaper slouching away from our direction.
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Finding cache 5 on this preserve in Newtown, Connecticut, took three attempts and a request for another clue from the geocacher who hid it.  He obliged. The third attempt yielded this treasure trove:
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Geocaching: Usinga $6 billion satellite to hunt for Happy Meal prizes and then leave them there for the next crew. And to say you were there. It's fun.
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Comments

  1. You are amazing! Your little book probably couldn't hold all the treasures you found.

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  2. It's so much fun to read about and see photos of peoples geocaching activities these days!! Who would have thought about this twenty years ago??? I love it! Great post and a fun look at your world today, Sandy! Enjoy your day!

    Sylvia

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  3. Wow, looks like fun to me!!

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  4. college fun paid forward and I love it! I'd join in the game were I there!!!
    hugs
    Sandi

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  5. I have always wanted to try geocaching but never have. It looks like a blast and a great way to get a good hike in. Maybe sometime. :)

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  6. Anonymous1:42 PM

    OMG the Grim Reaper one was fantastic! Great eye!

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  7. any activity that gets you outside in nature is worthwhile.

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  8. I really need to try this with my daughter. I know that she would love it!

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  9. I've never heard of this before but it must be great fun!
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  10. A friend of mine does this with her Grands. It always sounds like fun but I have never done it. She says it takes her places she would never have gone to otherwise. This is a beautiful place. Quite the treasure trove too.

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  11. fun amid beauty!




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  12. It sounds like a ton of fun! For sure there's something hidden in the park near me as I sometimes see geocachers searching there. :)

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  13. Wow that must be a lot of fun

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  14. must be a lot of fun. more and more are doing geocaching.

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  15. This does look like a lot of fun lol

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  16. Lot of fun there.

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  17. Good job on the find. Gps does come in handy.

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  18. Anonymous11:51 PM

    Cute nail varnish! Looks like a lot of fun!

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  19. VERY NICE ACTIVITY, SANDY.
    I do the same in Sweden and I must admit that it is a very nice reason tot ake good photos.
    have a ncie day, dear
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2011/04/spring%c2%b4s-coming-grace/

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  20. What a fun idea - love it!

    I see the Grim Reaper too. Very cool.

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  21. The title looks brilliant, hehe nice entry

    Hope you can visit Picture My World for My World Tuesday

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  22. Loved your post. My husband and I are Letterboxers, but have never had the nerve to attempt geocaching. It looks like it is very very difficult. Nice photography.

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  23. Sounds like an interesting day!

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