Last Sunday, I met up with my geocaching buddy, M 5, and we done some stuff. Some we should have, and some we shouldn’t. I’ll tell you about that later.
I can’t tell you exactly what we did, he told me he would kill me if I did. And you don’t want to mess with a geocacher, they know the perfect places for hiding bodies! HA HA. Disclaimer: In case there is some government people watching this blog, that is a joke.
Anyway, I did find some caches that have been around a long time. Two of them were hidden around the time I started geocaching, the other one, before. The first one I found was, Liberty Parkway BnG – In The Gap. It was an easy one to find. It’s under a bridge, next to a busy road. I guess that’s why I never looked for it.
The second of the day, was Little Haikey Creek. This is the one that was hidden before I started geocaching. Have I ever said how I love finding caches that were hidden before I started? It was a great find, hidden by a local blogger, his blog is called Yogi’s Den. If you want to be entertained, with all kinds of stuff, including geocaching, visit his blog.
On to my last find. Liberty Parkway BnG – Highways & Byways. It was another easy find off the bike trail. Another one I don’t know why I hadn’t found before. On all of these, M 5 told me I wasn’t a real cacher because I hadn’t found them.
Anyway, it was a fun day. I found three caches and had fun cracking the mind of M 5. I don’t know if thats a good thing, or bad. He just hid an awesome multi cache. If you have a little extra time, go out and find it. Of course, when your in the Tulsa area. It’s worth it. Oh, by the way, here’s the link to his new cache, The Legend Of BlackBeltBraden.
Here are some pictures I took, well, except for one, I think you can figure out which one.
The picture below is a tree with Great Blue Heron nests. You can see them standing up in the nests if you look close.
This is the way M 5 found me earlier in the day. HA HA
Thanks for visiting, I hope you enjoyed it.