A couple of years ago, I discovered the game of geocaching via the Boy Scouts. It is fun, family-friendly outdoor game, where items (called caches) are hidden and you are challenged to find them. To aid in your hunt, you are given the GPS coordinates of where the cache is located, Appolicious reports. What makes geocaching a challenge is the types of caches used and how they are hidden. Folks can be very creative and deceptive in how they hide them. The only rule is they cannot be buried. Geocaching has been described as an “electronic treasure hunt.” Since...

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