We haven't been geocaching since last fall. The closest we came was a failed attempt a few weeks ago, but it hardly counts. However, it seems that Geocaching will find us after a while. Let me explain...
I'm still working on making my video for our last geocaching adventure in Ganaraska Forest. It was awesome. But while I'm making that, I saw this video, and thought it was so cool, so I thought I would share it with you! I have a cache that is hidden in a cave that I have been keeping an eye out for, and it made me think of this one! Enjoy,
Hey everyone, it's been a while! Life has kind of gotten in the way of geocaching, so I haven't done much, but now that the weather is warming up, and I may have a slightly more free schedule, I think I should be able to get some good caching done.
Also I got a new camera, so that will help. Anyways. I just thought I would write to let you all know, Super Sheep is on the move! The first time I ever got introduced to geocaching was in BC with my father-in-law. It was awesome, and I was instantly addicted. In the first cache I looked in was Super Sheep.
So after my DNF I have been pretty eager to get out geocaching again! I have also been pretty eager to get up to Orillia. I love it up there! It is awesome :). So Alyssa and I finally made our trip up. Unfortunately we did have a DNF, but I've gotten over my first one, so I was able to cope, regardless of how frustrating it was.
I love Orillia, it is such an awesome place, and Alyssa's uncle's property is such a nice property. I love it. And, the one cache that I really wanted to find, was pretty easy. It was one put there by my father-in-law, and I have had my eye on it for a while. I've been carrying around this trackable, supersheep,