really?? Cause my dad said theres one near our house called Lamb Vomit
What am I looking for??
Well you follow clues that are on the geocaching website...and you can get gps coordinates to help you out...and you search around and will find a little container or something full of trinkets and junk that other geocachers have put in. Then you put something in...sign the log (piece of paper in the container) and take and object out. Then you can take that object and move it to your next geocache. Then you get back on the website and you can see who else has found that geocache...and track a certain objects movements around the country. Its kind of nerdy...honestly...but it makes long road trips interesting. Every time my husband and I took a road trip we would search for a geocache every few hours to stretch our legs. We found this dragon key chain one time that had been to 4 or 5 states and had been "travelling" for over 2 years.