On Day 2, we took a trip down to Findlay (30 minutes south of Bowling Green) for some more geocaching.
This was a fun find behind a local church. The giveaway was the wire that did not go anywhere. 🙂
This was a pretty spot in Findlay.
…but we did not manage to find the geocache here despite all our looking!
This geocache brought us to the top of a parking ramp!
Another pretty spot in Findlay, at a local park.
The best part about geocaching is that it brings you to beautiful nature spots or historical areas that you wouldn’t otherwise find!
Come back again soon, Mom & Dad.
On May 13 and 14, my Mom & Dad came down for a little visit.
On Day 1, we drove out the Grand Rapids (Ohio) to do some geo-caching and check out some of the local shops.
We made a detour to this little spot north of Grand Rapids to find a few geocaches. This spot was a little, old canal off the north side of the Maumee River.
Getting to this geocache was treacherous! We had to carefully walk across a fallen tree over a little ditch.
Grand Rapids is an old canal town, south of the Maumee River. The town has made a wonderful little park area alongside the canal (you can see the canal in the background behind my dad).
And here is a view of the Maumee River!
This is the inside of a used bookshop.
The little shops in Grand Rapids have lots of character!
Stay tuned for our adventures on Day 2 tomorrow.