Full of Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey Stuff - isn't that a great name?
I originally heard about this cache from my friend Dave, who writes over at "Only Googlebot Reads This Blog." Dave lives in North Carolina and he took his family on a roadtrip last spring on their way to a geocaching event in Missouri. They made a grand event out of their trip, and Dave did a series of blog posts about their stops along the way. You can read about this cache here. They ended up caching not far from where I live. How wild is that? I wish I would have been in town when they were here so we could have met up. Anyway, they did this cache that sounded cute, so I bookmarked it and we finally got around to doing it. It was a really nicely constructed geocache. I could tell that a lot of work and thought went into it.
The cache is in a residential neighborhood in front of the cache owners house. It resembles a Police call box and when you open the doors, its actually a little free library that anyone can use. Feel free to stop by and trade a book. Isn't that cute? The geocache is hidden in a secret compartment. I won't tell you where....
I left a geocache themed book. I received "101 Devil Caches" in order to do a book review. I enjoyed reading about all the great geocache ideas and decided to share the wealth. I dropped off the book with instructions for the next geocacher to read it and create a geocache based on the book, and then pass the book on to someone else to do the same.
Met some geocachers on a hike a few days ago. They were placing caches and suggested Kelley and I ought to combine with our hikesReplyDelete
I agree!! It's so much fun. I'd love to see what caches they hid. At least you knew what they were talking about. :-)Delete
That's so cool!! So much fun!! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thanks Cheri. It was very well done.Delete
We have a free library box not too far from our house. I never thought about hiding a geocache in one.ReplyDelete
This is the second one I've seen like this. Such a great idea.Delete
That is such a fun idea!ReplyDelete
Yes, it was. I enjoyed it.Delete
Wonderful on so many levels! :)ReplyDelete
I totally agree - whats not to like? Books and geocaching!Delete
I love those free libraries and that is a great one. xo LauraReplyDelete
I never heard of them before geocaching. Isn't that funny?Delete
That cache looks familiar :) Great cache, eh?ReplyDelete
I enjoyed it and probably never would have heard about it unless you wrote that blog post. Such a small world.Delete
This trading library is brilliant! I definitely have to bone up on my knowledge of this geocache business .... sounds like too much fun!ReplyDelete
It is Myra and its a great way to get out and explore.Delete
What a cute idea! I've seen these little library stations before, but this one is really neat.ReplyDelete
Stay warm on your travels, Kim!