I realized how many cool caches I've done in the past, and all over the U.S.! I decided it was time for me to do a quick review of some of my favorites so you can all know where to go for your next adventures!
I'll start with one of the earliest amazing caches I've done, "Night Eyes". We did this cache while we were still living in South Dakota. This was our first night cache, and we did it with a large group of kids and adults, wearing glow sticks and having a BLAST!
The next cache is the most RECENT high terrain and exciting cache I've done, and it happened in West Virginia - but just barely! The cache Electric Feel was a crazy cache I did with some crazy friends. We were sopping wet and climbed up a mountain to GZ - way up in the sky, and right on the West Virginia/Virginia border! Lots of rocks to climb and thin gaps to traverse, and even though it was raining and cloudy, I loved the view!
One of the WEIRDEST cool caches I've ever done was Ghost Ship. A group of us went after this one right on the Kentucky border, and it was quite an amazing ride on an old abandoned ship!
Once I visited my brother in Washington to be the best man at his wedding, but while I was in the area I went after the Ape cache. I never made it, but the area was awesome, and the cache The Rocket Cache was a sight to behold! I took the hard way to the cache and had to climb over a sea of fallen trees, but the hike back down the trail was spectacular and something I'll never forget.
While I was with my brother, we were very close to the Idaho border, so I crossed over and looked for some good terrain. I found a cool frisbee golf course on the side of a mountain!!! There was a cache in a hidden area called Wind Damage.
One of the coolest and most varied terrain caches I've ever done outside of Ohio was Virginia's Extreme Way to 52. This is an amazing subterranean and cliff climber that included a crazy miscue that upped the terrain, but would have been amazing even without the miscue. I loved the "history" behind this one, too!
I've never actually cached in Texas, but I got a find there by being a part of a team that completed TexOhiMaryFlor... uh, land... Oh, This Is Nuts! I found out about this by checking out a friend's favorites, and it became a favorite of mine! I love collaborating, and meeting people I've never met before to collaborate on a crazy whirlwind cache was a ton of fun!
The most intriguing and unusual cache I've done was on the way back from a big caching adventure. It had been on my radar, but the placement of Covert Cache was something I can't even describe. It was simply fantastic! If you're ever in Wisconsin, make sure you stop by and get this one!
One of the most fun was Ga LARGEST Ammo Can. I did this one while on the eighth grade trip to Georgia with my daughter. Many of the kids had never geocached before, and this was their first. What a cool experience it was for them!
And finally, one of the most insane adventures was the goal of the caching adventure I mentioned earlier. One of my friends had placed The Honeymoon Cache on Michigan's Upper Peninsula right on the shore of Lake Superior. He placed it one year before we went after it, and it went unfound until we got the FTF!!! The cache was fun, the shore was beautiful, and the trip was incredible!
This is my review of some of my absolute favorite caches in other states. The coordinates can be found up above. You'll need to add .004 to the west coordinates once you solve the puzzle to get the EXACT location.