Geocaching part 11

Geocache hidden in manhole

Will it ever end? No.

This nondescript geocache in Woodland Park was a clever hide, completely hidden underground. Pulling on the circular stopper revealed the bison.

Geocache in manhole
Geocache in manhole

There was a geocache hidden in a tree by the dog park too.

Geocache in Woodland Park tree
Geocache in Woodland Park tree

This geocache off of Princeton’s Nassau Street looked like a wad of gum.

Fake gum geocache
Fake gum geocache

A geocache was embedded into a park’s stone sign.

Geocache in park sign
Geocache in park sign

I found some geocaches in Stockholm. As a city with lots of foot traffic, the good old metal plate geocache was popular.

Geocache near Kungsträdgården
Geocache near Kungsträdgården
Geocache near waterfront
Geocache near waterfront
Geocache in busy shopping area
Geocache in busy shopping area

There were a few caches off of the islands of Skeppsholmen and Kastellholmen. This geocache was found in a rock nestled into the corner of a footbridge.

Geocache disguised as rock
Geocache disguised as rock
Geocache inside rock
Geocache inside rock

A geocache was in a rabbit hole near the museum of modern art. The string to pull up the cache was hidden under a pile of dead grass in a tree trunk.

Geocache near Moderna Museet
Geocache near Moderna Museet

A geocache was hidden in one of these mailboxes. The cache owner posted a hint as to which one (it was the white mailbox on the left).

Geocache mailbox
Geocache mailbox

There was a magnetic geocache on the Skeppsholmsbron bridge.

Geocache on bridge
Geocache on bridge

A geocache was brazenly hidden right in front of the Royal Palace (the “GC” magnet near the bottom of the parking ticket dispenser).

Geocache outside Stockholm's Royal Palace
Geocache outside Stockholm’s Royal Palace

And finally, there was a geocache in Old Town. Each tourist was doing his own thing, so no one noticed notice that I was reaching into a rain gutter.

Geocache in Gamla Stan
Geocache in Gamla Stan

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