I had never heard of it before, but it was a blast. We stayed with my brother, Chris and his adorable wife, Wendy on Saturday and they took us geocaching!
Geocaching is like going treasure hunting. You find geocache maps on line. Using a GPS, you track down the treasure (which consists of little trinkets and dollar store stuff). Clues are given on most maps to give you a hint where the treasure is. Once you find the treasure, you sign the log book inside, take one piece of treasure and leave a piece in its place.
We searched and found four different ones. I found the first one hanging on a dead tree atop of this mountain we had to climb (which was difficult because Wendy and I were wearing flip flops).
The second one we found on the back of a stop sign (it was a log scroll in a tiny magnetic case).
The third one David found under the stairs at the park. This one had a very clever clue!
The fourth one was on the top of a mountain stuck inside a bunch of rocks that looked like a dragon.
This was such a fun was to spend and afternoon. David and I want to do more! Chris told us that Draper alone has over 1,000 geocaches hidden!