This month, Girl Scout Troop 300 broke into the worldwide sport of geocaching - where you use multi-million-dollar military satellites to find pieces of Tupperware hidden in the woods. We found three of the four large caches hidden at Camp Caloosa and spent a half-hour wandering around in the woods looking for the fourth one. Overcast skies made the GPS less dependable than we'd hoped, but we had lots of fun.
We scored a FTF (First to Find!) on the cache called Honeybee - which was FILLED with carpenter ants - and the girls had a blast trading swag and signing the logs. We think caching will become a regular adventure for this group of treasure hunters!