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A father is someone you look up to no matter how tall you grow… And the best fathers get promoted to grandfathers.
This series “We Look Up To You” is dedicated to our Dad & Pop-Pop! He has always served as a role model to all of us and now to our children. Our memories with him have inspired the placements of each cache! We hope you enjoy this series as much as we have enjoyed hiding these caches in honor of Woodennickel4U!
*In the log book of each of these caches, you will find the hint for the Bonus- Mystery Cache #6!
Cache description- My dad and my daughter have spent a lot of time taking adventures together. My dad has made a little backpack for my daughter to carry when they go caching. Although my daughter is only 4, she truly thinks she can read a compass ;). My daughter is Pop Pop's geocaching sidekick! As my daughter says "Pop Pop always plans the best adventures." My daughter's all time favorite adventure was to the "Spooky Forest". To my daughter, the forest is spooky. To my dad, the "woods" are a close memory to where he grew up. It overlooks the Tilcon stone quarry where my grandfather (my dad's dad) worked tirelessly in the stone yard. It also has a nice seasonal view of the river- which also connects to my dad's past memories of his families boathouse on the banks of the Hudson River many decades ago. My dad has instilled a strong love for adventure in all of his kids and even now his grandkids. My dad has also shown us a love and appreciation for the community we live in and we have been fortunate to explore both by land and water. Since we were little kids, my dad would take us letter boxing or on historic hikes in our neighboring woods. We learned to appreciate our surroundings, understood the history that shaped our town, and explored the Hudson River during the warm summer months! I am honored to take part in this cache series and am so blessed to have an incredible father- who I will always look up to.... <3
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