Our family adventure this past weekend was a geocaching day trip to northeastern Washington. We logged two microcaches, two regular caches, and one did-not-find.
The microcaches were pretty much of the cache-and-dash variety along the side of the road. We don't usually bother with those, as our objective in going geocaching is to find fun out-of-the-way places and spend time together as a family, not just log caches for the sake of the numbers. However, we were testing out the geocaching app for Lyle's new phone, and those were good ones to try it on.
Then we headed for one that was supposed to be up on a mountain. The problem was, all the roads leading up the mountain seemed to be closed. We drove all the way around the mountain looking for a way in before we finally had to give up on that one.
Our next destination was a small lake with a cross-country ski trail around it.