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Eric Schudiske on May 13, 2010, 10:16 am
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Geocaching with Kids | Lost & Found Stories
Bruce Alexander began geocaching three years ago, when he was 85. See how geocaching unites three generations of his family and keeps Bruce active in his retirement.
Share the video with family and friends and aging adults searching for a fun way to explore, engage and stay active!
You can view all the Lost & Found videos, from a geocache in space to geocachers cleaning up the environment, here.
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This sums it all up. What a lovely clip. I really enjoyed watching it.
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I went Geocaching with my 12 yo daughter and 78 yo Mom this past weekend in Oregon. This video of 3 generations rings true to me. This is something we 3 ladies can do together. We saw a heard of Elk, watched some surfing and explored a historic hotel, all while looking for caches in Cannon Beach and Astoria. I don’t k…now who was more excited when we found a cache, my daughter or my mom. Love it!
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