Our Kid Reporter today is Soren who will be starting Kindergarten this year.
I started geocaching after my mom told me about it. We watched videos to learn how to do it [Editor/Mom’s note: on https://www.geocaching.com/
You can find geocaches in the city, in the forest, in parks, in graveyards. Anyplace you can walk or drive there is probably a geocache. Some of them are really small, like a mouse, and the biggest one I ever saw was the size of a small garbage can. The big ones can hold toys or prizes that you can trade.
Editor/Mom adds: One of the first times we went geocaching we found a geocoin in Morcom Rose Garden, Oakland. Another fun find was in Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland. The labyrinth and the mini-cache in the tree are both in Briones Regional Park. The two boys uncovering rocks and holding a toy was found at Lafayette Reservoir.