Friday, August 08, 2008

RVers Enjoy Geocaching 'Treasure Hunt'

“I feel like a kid again,” says Kathy Sarafino, of Sebastian, Florida, known in her geocaching world as “Cacheka”. Sarafino is a retired Director of Imaging Services, who is not only an avid geocacher, but an RV’er.

Geocaching is a high-tech version of a scavenger hunt. There are traditional caches, cache containers of various sizes and even mystery caches. Many are RV friendly. Cachers can often locate treasures within a one-mile radius of their campground, in urban areas and at locations such as Cracker Barrel where caches are referred to Rocking Chair Caches. Hunters put a waypoint (coordinates) into their GPS, which they can find on geocaching websites, where there are often clues, and the hunt begins.
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