Geocaching in Tucson : my first find


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Geocaching in Tucson : My first find

My very first geocaching find earlier this year. One of the cool things about geocaching is that people do themes. So tammy_b @ttcm4geo usually does caches near a vintage neon sign. Her second choice is near artwork or some other defining landmark. She’s the one who introduced me to geocaching.

GC6QZ1Y introduced me to a metal sculpture by Steven Derks @sgderks. On his website, Derks says, “Most of my sculptures are conceived right there in the scrap metal yards where I find both the vision and the ingredients for my work.”

Beyond Bread had people coming in and out while we were here. I wonder what they thought as I was rooting around the sculpture. Good thing I had my camera so they would think I was just a fanatic photographer. Oh wait! I so am. Laughing.


Also appeared on instagram @cactus_catz .  Note:  I have backdated this entry as I am putting all my geocaching instagram posts on Cactus Dreams so am catching up to where I am today.


3 Replies to “Geocaching in Tucson : my first find”

  1. I remember this geocache we did together! A nice memory. That is what geocaching really is, creating adventurous memories together.

    • MNL says:

      It was a lot of fun. From art to washes, micros to huge caches, from lamp posts to bumble bees, I think we hit about every kind there was.

  2. Brian Frum says:

    WOW, that really is cool!


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