So there is now a geocash at Burnham Point State Park. It's not registered at the offical site yet apparently you need a permit to leave one at a State Park. We've already been told that it can stay and we're just waiting on the paper work.
Sarah didn't know what a geocash was so I explained about how it's like a treasure hunt all over the world. Then we just had to run out to where they said it was suppose to be to see if we could find it. I was the one to spot it. Hidden in a hallow stump under a brick. It was even more exciting when I realized the paper they had left as a log was pratically made by me.
Two young girls had come up over the weekend and asked for some paper. So I gave them a few sheets of printer paper. Not long after they came back up with the paper cut into long strips and asked me to staple it at the top so I did. It was quite exciting to see it in their hiding place.
What they placed in it was 10 dollars. We didn't take it as we felt we kinda cheated having known where it was hidden. I'm just super excited to add something to the hiding place and adding my name to the log. I've decided I'm going to put some of the extra Australian money I have from my trip into it.
It's quiet exciting. Everytime we drove past the hiding spot we giggled to each other and couldn't help talk about ideas of what to add to it.
I'm going to TRY to not touch it again until the last day I work. To see if anyone has found it. Hopefully no one will steal it. It's not in an overly GREAT spot - but I don't think it's an overly bad spot either.
Makes me wish once again that I had a GPS because I LOVED the rush of looking for it and the excitment of actually finding it. ( Missing Mooshy )