Friday, July 26, 2002

Ethan's Kingston Cache

Yay! Another cache in Shoshone County. Success at last! We looked for this one yesterday but had no luck. We decided to try again today, and after quite awhile of searching, we finally found it!

Sunday, July 21, 2002

Geocaching

Post Falls Cache: Fun little cache! Great size for a microcache, IMHO. RacerDude and BigSis get the credit for finding it. BigSis took the yo-yo, and Li'l Bit nabbed a little car. We left a pocket tire-gauge, a bungee cord, and some stickers.

English Point: Great hike! We've discovered the neatest hiking trails around here with this hobby. RacerDude found this one. BigSis selected a pin-on compass. Li'l Bit took a flashlight key-ring. I took 2 state quarters. We left a comic book, a pocket tire-gauge, a bungee cord, and something else, but I can't remember what.

Thursday, July 4, 2002

4th of July Geocaching

Yellow Dog: What an absolutely FANTASTIC hike!!! We had NO idea this was here. The falls are absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sending us up there!

It was interesting to note that the cache location was only 15 miles from our home, yet it took us 45 road miles to get there! We enjoyed the drive!

After we turned on Yellow Dog road and at the dead-end discovered we were still a 1.5 miles from the cache, we decided that there must be a different road that would take us closer. So we went back out to the highway and drove a little further till we saw the signs posted on the cache page. Then we were on the right track! We decided the hider must've named it Yellow Dog for that very reason! Great trick!

Two Mile Cache: Great spot for a cache! It's nice to have them along the interstate for those traveling through.

Ginny's Cache: Great hiding spot! What a trail! BigSister gets the credit for finding this one. Fascinating story about the Ginny ghost!