This was a hard 'spot', but taught us much about where they tend to be placed.So off we headed across country close to the Texas border, me stopping to take photo's along the way.We decided this is a very complimentary hobby for a keen landscape photographer! We arrived in the third location and as I got excited about photo opportunities, the Hubster sped off and found the cache in an impressive time. This was in a particularly beautiful spot and so as he had a good look at the contents, I was snapping away. On our way home, we dropped back to the first cache hunt site again but still no joy. However today the Hubster returned there again, as it was driving him nuts, and I received an excited call at work to say he'd finally found it. I think it's fair to say we're hooked, it's a great way to get out in the fresh air and challenge yourself. We are now planning to hide some Caches of our own locally. Just one thing though, once the Rattlesnakes are back, we won't be ploughing through long grass all over the country, like we were yesterday - no way Jose!!
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