Who are we? We are two wacky artists from either side of the country who have discovered that we are kindred spirits- in fact, elf sisters. We both like to be outdoors and exploring, so we've created the blog to share our adventures!
Note: Here be spoilers. Well, sometimes, but you may find photos or info about the location or description of a cache. You've been warned!

Check out these unique caches I found this month!

I decided to steal my husband's camera instead of using my crummy old one, so hopefully my photos will start being a bit clearer. :)

Since the weather has been so nice, my husband, dad, and I have found quite a few caches this month. I think out of the 33 I looked for, there was only one I couldn't find. (Oddly enough, that was one my dad had already found but couldn't remember the precise location to give me a hint, lol.)

We found some really interesting cache containers this month, too! I won't link to them because I don't want to give away where/what they are, but these were too fun to not share.

This one looks like a simple fireplug, right?


This is just a bunch of wire things coming off of the electric box unit thing, right?

Actually, I fell for that one. I poked at it, thought it was something I'd either break or get electrocuted by, then started to walk away before my dad told me I was on to something with it. Sure enough, that little box thing opened:

Hey, look- an apple in a tree! Wait, that's not the right tree for an apple!

Nothing odd about a pinecone in an evergreen tree, right?

I told my dad "Hey, look, a pinecone out of season! That must be the cache!" Except, according to my dad, this type of tree doesn't grow pinecones. XD

Hey, look- piles of rocks and a stone wall!

Er... except that middle, somewhat wonky rock was the cache, as was that rectangular stone in the center of the wall. If you weren't looking, you'd never have noticed either of those as being out of place. I was especially impressed by that stone; it was hollowed out to hold a small geocache tube, but the stone was exactly the same as what the wall was made from.

This isn't the cache itself, but the cache was under this weird square thing:

And it wasn't just the caches that were awesome- I also found some fun swag! First was this adorable little sculpted birdy:

Then I found a rubber duckie. I'm slowly collecting a pile of rubber ducks that I find in caches- this is my third.

And here I am showing off my favorite swag from that particular day: snakes in the peanut brittle! (Well, mixed nuts can, but same thing.)

It's an ongoing joke that snakes in the peanut brittle keeps me occupied for hours, so I definitely had to snag this one!

And since I posted a goofy picture of me, may as well share a few others of us:

Not done with the photos yet! During the last caching trip, we got to explore around an old spring house, which was in surprisingly good shape. The roof even appeared to have been retiled recently:

Speaking of ducks, on the way back to the car I made friends with a real one:

I love finding fun caches and fun swag!

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