We’re headed to the Poconos today. Even by the shortest route the driving time is around four hours, a long day in our present state of mind. We’re stopping fairly frequently. This time it’s to seek a geocache at a interstate rest area. Beyond the picnic area there’s a trail through the woods. Next to the trail thre’s a pile of rocks. Insde the pile there’s a plastic container. Inside the container is a small notebook which serves as log. Inside the notebook is our entry, “8-7-15 SKWhee”.  We also left a trade item.  Among the reasons we love geocaching is that it gives us an excuse to stop and really stretch our legs in the middle of a journey!



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  1. Steve & Karen

    That was our 497th! Today we found three in Mt Pocono PA for a total of 500 finds in the 400 days since July 4th last year! What fun!


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