Geocaching part 8: Electric Boogaloo

a geocache hidden behind a tree

I moved back to the westside, so I have a long commute. I started geocaching again to pass the time until traffic dies down. Oftentimes, the coordinates given for the cache are off, but they get me to the general vicinity. So I have to rely on a punny name for clues. Here are my latest finds by campus.

There was a Honeywell box geocache under a lamppost skirt near the Honeywell building.

geocache by Honeywell
geocache by Honeywell

This “basset” cache was found in between rocks in a parking lot.

a geocache for rockhounds
a geocache for rockhounds
a geocache with a basset hound photo
a geocache with a basset hound photo

This “tired” cache was found near a golf course.

geocache in a tire planter
geocache in a tire planter

This tree hugging cache was found in a tree by a parking lot.

geocache hugging a tree
geocache hugging a tree
closeup of tree hugging geocache
closeup of tree hugging geocache

This cache was found on the side of a bike trail. I took a travel bug to bring overseas.

geocache by a bike trail
geocache by a bike trail
geocache with dog drawn on lid
geocache with dog drawn on lid
geocache travel bug
geocache travel bug

This cache was tricky, because the coordinates pointed to a different lamppost. But the hint was “Black,” so when I saw the black tape I looked under the heavy metal lamppost skirt.

lamppost with black tape
lamppost with black tape
micro bison geocache under heavy lamppost skirt
micro bison geocache under heavy lamppost skirt

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