+Mike and Mitya Posted December 5, 2007 Share Posted December 5, 2007 (edited) Here is a view from a very much brand "newbie" (4 days since we bought our GPS and got our first find). We now have 10 finds to our credit and when I started, i made assumptions as to what I figured I'd like and what i wouldn't. Since then, we have done micros to larges, virtuals, multis. I didnt figure i'd like micros or virtuals but id have to say I change my mind on that. To us, its all about what you are looking for. We are not looking for easy or hard caches, small or large. Good items or bad. What has captured our interest in the first 4 days is the sheer enjoyment of the hunt. The challenge of the well hidden micro, the excitement of whats in the large caches. The research beforehand of the caches. And fortunately, we live in Tulsa, Oklahoma and what we have seen so far is "uniqueness" in caches. Cachers here seem to do a great job in hiding caches. Scenic overlooks, historic sites, great wilderness areas, and the occasional quick PnG lunchtimers. We have seen it all and love it all. I loved the 30 minute hike through a hiking trail for a cache just as much as the 2 minute lunchtime PnG. Im sure 1000 finds later, our view will sway a bit but just to let you all know, this sport still attracts and excites newbies ***edited for clarity and spelling*** Edited December 5, 2007 by Mike and Mitya Quote Link to comment
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