Sunday, August 4, 2013

Challenge #1: Geocaching Challenge

My family LOVES to Geocache together!  It is such a fun activity for all of us to find a hidden "treasure" using coordinates and clues around town.  We also love it because there are hidden things all over the world, so anywhere we travel, we can geocache!

Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, in which the participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", anywhere in the world.

This was a cache found on our brief vacation this summer.  It has hidden in a huge fallen tree and took a little bit to locate.

Challenge #1:  Geocaching Challenge!  Use the concept of "something hidden" on your project!

Let's see if we can do a bit of a hunt through our Master Forger projects!




This challenge is going to be for our end of the month participant BLOG HOP on the 24th!

To be a part of our blog hop:
1.  E-mail us your name/blog address/promise to participate at  BY THE 15th!  (No late requests will be able to join this time due to the work it takes for us to get it put together.)
2.  You will receive  an e-mail from us by the 20th with a list of the hop participants.
3.  You will need to schedule your own blog post showing your project based on this challenge and links to the person after you in the hop.
4.  All Blog Hop posts will need to be scheduled to go live on the 24th at 12:00 A.M. Mountain Standard Time


  1. Totally in love with geocaching. great inspiration creations too

  2. Love the thinking behind this challenge, will definitely be doing this one.

  3. Mine is on my blog too.

  4. this was a whole lot of fun and i loved seeing how many different ways we had to hide our elements


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