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.
There was a geocache hidden in a tree by the dog park too.
This geocache off of Princeton’s Nassau Street looked like a wad of gum.
A geocache was embedded into a park’s stone sign.
I found some geocaches in Stockholm. As a city with lots of foot traffic, the good old metal plate geocache was popular.
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.
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.
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).
There was a magnetic geocache on the Skeppsholmsbron bridge.
A geocache was brazenly hidden right in front of the Royal Palace (the “GC” magnet near the bottom of the parking ticket dispenser).
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.