We couldn’t wait to see the amazing lineup at comicon this year… so we made some rocks. it was inconceivable!
A friend of mine in NV paints rocks and when they are found, they are posted on some failbook group she watches. She gets thrilled every time.
I used to be “big into” geocaching, I guess a variant of the same… I’ve got finds all over the planet, on every continent except where I grew up (Africa) and Antartica…
That’s great! I always thought that was fun, I haven’t done it with the kids yet.
There are hundreds of caches on O’ahu. Have not been back since I got into it, though, so it’s not one I’ve snagged (yet?)
Wow, that’s cool. Not many on the Windward it looks like. Maybe I need to start some
I don’t think there’s much access inland, but you would know. Out on the 83 perhaps, but you need permission. Your coffee shop? Daughter headed back on 22nd. Going to miss that kid…
Ohhh the coffee shop is a great spot!!!
I’ll get my daughter to snag it under my account to add to my list…
I may be coming out (not sure exactly where yet) for a work reward trip in the first qtr.of 24. assuming the company hits our goal.
Would love to visit the confluence of my three fav hobbies
Coffee / glowforgery / geocaching
That would be awesome! Let me know when you’re in town/on Oahu!
We’ve been geocaching once or twice. Planned on doing it a lot, but never did. Not sure why. It probably is something we should check out again, as we love nothing more than going on long drives, so to have something to search for on them would add to the fun.
Try Letterboxing. Similar to geocaching but there are usually cool stories that add a bit of color to the search.
I will! That sounds like fun!
I hid a cache one time, in the local park. The dogs (I assume) kept digging it out and scattering the contents all over. I finally decommissioned it. Still have the logbook.