Buccaneer Anna's Treasure Chest,
a geocache we found in 2006.
(YB is making an "Argh!" pirate face.)
Ever heard of geocaching? If you're not sure what geocaching is and/or you would like to learn more, here are two ways to find out:
1. Watch this simple introduction video from the geocaching website.
2. Come out and give it a try next Saturday in Reston. (Note - volunteers will bring their own GPS receivers next Saturday, you DON'T have to go buy a GPS receiver to attend the event.)
Cross-posted from the NoVAGO forum:
The National Wildlife Federation is beginning a new educational geocache program. They are beginning on May 15th with an event in Reston, VA.
Geocache with the whole family on May 15th!
Grab your GPS, and venture out for a fun day of WILD treasure hunting in Reston with Ranger Rick® and his pals.
Where: Walker Nature Education Center
When: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(Cachers will set out every 15 min., starting at 11:15)
Who: Families with kids, ages 6-14
or anyone interested in helping and/or loaning a GPS unit to
those new to geocaching (pairing up is welcome)
Why: National Wildlife Federation is working on a new initiative to get families outdoors through geocaching. And we need your help!
Please join us Saturday, May 15th, as we embark on this adventure.
We greatly value your participation and feedback.
Please RSVP to sign up for a start time or lend a GPS:
Contact Megan Isom: phone 908-797-2561 or email isomm (at) nwf.org
Or Danielle Brigida: brigidad (at) nwf.org
Please RSVP with the number in your party and a preferred start time.
NOTE: The event cache is posted on geocaching.com and NoVAGO.
Traditional geocaching rules will apply, including bringing items to trade (with the
exception of trackables). CITO is also encouraged. (CITO = Cache-In-Trash-Out)
The boys with the Stonedam Island geocache in New Hampshire.