DAY TRIP SOUTH BOUND!!!
It was an awesome time and on the way down and back we were able to grab 5 quick U.S. caches.
We grabbed one called "Top of the Hill" which was just a small cache but the cool part was that It had a sign nearby that had mileage to several different locations on it. Some very cool places!!
Recent Cool caches
|Artesian well earthcache|
|Can you see it??|
|Hidden in plain site!!!|
Caching at work!!!So I was at work one day and this new cache gets published. Hmmm, its only about 7km away from where I am working, and its almost lunch time. Off I go a bit early, lol. I head to GZ and when I get there I find this outdoor front yard mini library. Very cool idea. I guess there are several of these around Vancouver. I reach for the logbook.....YAY FTF!!!
Little Free Libraries are hand-crafted structures that contain constantly changing collections of books donated and shared by people of all ages and backgrounds. Most Little Free Libraries are placed in front yards, parks, gardens and easily accessible locations. The Libraries are built to withstand weather of all kinds and hold 20-100 books. Some Libraries are located in coffee shops, in or near restaurants and community centers.
Originally designed to look like a one-room school or a “house of books,” the Libraries rapidly took on a wide variety of sizes, shapes, themes and other attributes. There is no standard size and shape. Although many businesses and apartments may have had “take a book, leave a book” shelves for years, the idea of a network of unique structure with stewards, signage and social support began in 2010.
To be officially called a Little Free Library, a free book exchange must have an official sign, number and/or listing on the Little Free Library Map of the World. More Libraries are being registered every day.
FVMC Comedy Magic Competition
|FVMC Comedy Magician of the year|