Things keep rolling smoothly around here. We don't see big swings in weather, most nights about 34 and days have been in the mid 60's. We have had a few days with wind but not as bad as I had thought it would be.
If you have not geocached, caches are hidden receptacles holding a log and sometimes a few trinkets. Caches are classified by size as micro, small, and regular. The micros we found today were about the size of a matchbox car, many were small cookie tins and the regular was a ammo box.
That is one thing with geocaching your GPS may read different than the person who hid the cache. With that thought in our minds we went to the second location where it was to be hidden in a large rock cropping. After a good amount of time and a lot of climbing we gave up. On to number 3 and again we struck out. We were starting to get a bit discouraged but it was a nice day and we were getting some fresh air and needed exercise.
We did get better as we used the data from the first one- we actually looked 170 feet east of where our GPS said it should be and tada that seemed to work.