Taking a break from Geocaching

Using multimillion dollar satellites to find Tupperware hidden in the forests (a.k.a Geocaching) is a blast. It became our hobby of choice this spring. We've discovered a number of really cool conservation lands in our home town that we previously had no idea existed.

With the explosion of ticks and mosquitoes this summer, we're taking a break from Geocaching in the woods. Even with clinically dangerous levels of bug spray the bugs treat us like we're a Thanksgiving feast as soon as we step foot in the forest. 

So we're taking a break until the bugs die off from cold or someone starts dropping Agent Orange on the local conservation lands. In the meantime here are some of my favorite pics of this season's treasure hunts.

My fearsome Geocachers

Using an old rock wall to cross over swamp land

Alex discovers a Geocache made out of an old ammunition box
Way upstate New York. The bugs were unrelenting.

New to Geocaching? Check out this one minute introduction.