+briansnat Posted August 18, 2013 Share Posted August 18, 2013 (edited) Sometimes geocaching is dismissed a silly game, even by us geocachers. But it can have a positive impact on lives. The Alabama Rambler's story has been told by him a number of times and I'm sure there are many stories, though not quite as dramatic as TARs, that are similar. Yesterday I received the following log on a Youtube video of mine. "My husband and I recently discovered caching. Our kids are in the "I don't want to hang out with my parents" phase. This is the one thing they will do with us. It's brought us so much closer. I'd like to thank the whole geo caching community for giving me back my children." It serves as a reminder that this seemingly frivolous business of hiding Lock n Locks, film canisters, etc. can mean a great deal to someone out there. Edited August 18, 2013 by briansnat Quote Link to comment
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