Lilly's first cache fell victim to road grading, slope cutting and general B-level
road maintenance. Sorry, Lilly. This new hide won't be disturbed by those evil machines!
Heads up to teambecks and your GC41B3N 'Robin Hood must be Near,' of what might befall your hide in Lilly's former location.
You are looking for a large camoed kitchen container so there should be no difficulty
spotting it from some distance away. Adults and seasoned seekers might not even need
a GPS. However, when you see it first, play along and let the kids continue on
and make the discovery. Oh what joy it brings to them.
I was frustrated with the mini- and micro-caches out there buried in the ground or near
the tops of trees. This 'hide' is way on the other end of the spectrum. There are a few bushes and brush nearby, but no unfriendly vines or thorns.
Small children may have slight difficulty navigating this terrain. Watch them
carefully so they don't trip and get an ow-ie. No machete hacking through thickets,
unfriendly plants or insects here, except for the ever-present blood sucking mosquitos.
As always when tromping outdoors, be mindeful of ticks.
Some of the initial treasures are a backpack (I told you it was a large container!)
frisbees, competition throwing disc, rulers, Rubic's cube, USB drives, balsa airplane, wooden nickels, geodes, and whatever else tickled Lilly's fancy. The log is a nice big tablet, no need to BYOP.
Let the kids sign the log, and if they can't write yet, draw me a picture. If they are
not good at drawing yet, a scribble will do just fine. Please leave comments while you
enjoy Lilly's Goliath Second.
When you find Lilly's Goliath Second but might be caught without anything to trade or leave, fret not. Take something anyway without guilt, and I'll make sure to keep
Lilly's Goliath Second well stocked. I have an almost unlimited supply of trinkets,
do-dads, semi-unprecious objects, toys and the like.