+JessicasDaddy Posted January 5, 2014 Share Posted January 5, 2014 I'm in the northeast where we were just hit with about 6-8" of snow. My daughter and I had made plans to go geocaching every Sunday, but I'm wondering how practical geocaching is when everything is covered in a blanket of snow. I figure one of three scenarios: We'll get frustrated by not finding it (most likely), we'll get lucky and find it but leave a mess of tracks behind that muggles might get curious about and/or non-muggles would see as a road map to the cache (semi-likely), or we'll see someone else's tracks leading to the cache and have it ruin some of the challenge (least likely, since the caches in our area seem to not be touched for months at a time). Thoughts for the newbies? :-) Quote Link to comment
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