I meant to post this last week, but the week got away from me before I posted. Last weekend we went Geocaching! We haven't been in a long time. I'm not even sure if we went at all last year, so it may have been two years since we have been. If you don't know what Geocaching is... I will explain a little. Basically, it is a treasure hunt. Fellow Geocachers hide a box full of 'treasures'. Then they log the GPS coordinates of where they hid the box on a Geocache website. We (or other Geocachers) get the coordinates from the website and begin our hunt. Pretty much you follow your GPS until you get to the exact coordinates. Once you are there you look around until you find the hidden box. We usually bring a treasure to trade with a different treasure in the box. The girls LOVE hunting for treasures. It is a fun and free family activity. One thing I love about Geocaching is that it usually takes us to places we have never been before.
Found the first treasure!
Headwaters, Three Forks
Poor girl needs a real camera.
Maddie showing us her telescope.
Today we went fishing. I finally (how many years have I lived here now?) got my fishing license! We bought Maddie a new fishing pole (Sierra already had one) and went fishing. The fish weren't biting, and this spot was super crowded. Not really a peaceful fishing trip. But just as we were getting ready to head out Jake caught a fish! Yay! The girls were pretty excited to see it. Now that we are all legal to fish and have all the gear for the whole family, I'm sure we will be going fishing a lot more often.