Sunday, March 27, 2011

Evan caching in Argentina

I met Pablo for lunch. After that, we went and explored the city. I wanted to find a geocache that I had noticed before in the Japanese Gardens. The coordinates were off - I'm pretty sure its located in one of the telescopes, but we didn't find it. I kind of want to go back and look again, but its a LONG walk from here (considering you can't walk there as the crow flies).

After not finding that one, we decided to try for one in the botanical gardens. We found it fairly easily and I grabbed the travel bug from the case. That's the moment when I think that Pablo really understood what it meant.

Blog concept change

Evan and I have gotten a lot more active in the past several months, and one hobby that we've really gotten into is geocaching. I've been caching for a few years, but now you could call me addicted! You should be able to tell a lot about us from how we cache.

The concept of geocaching is simple. Someone hides an item, puts the coordinates online, and someone else goes and finds it. When you find it, you sign and replace so that others can continue to try and find it. Some are easy, some are hard, but we will try our best to document them here.

Thanks to all the great cache hiders out there!