Friday, May 1, 2009

Day 170 - Geocaching in Key West

#77 - Do 250 Geocaches (31/250) now (40/250)
Jen and I did some caching while we were in Key West. Note: It is much easier to do caching in Key West when you have a scooter than walking. The island is about 4 miles long and 2 miles wide and trust me they used the whole island to hide them.

Caches Worth Mentioning:

Southernmost US Cache - This cache is right near the Southern Most Point in the United States. It is ALWAYS busy, no matter the time and it took two or three passes to get the cache without being seen.

USA, all the way South - This is at the actual buoy that marks the southern most cache and is about 7 foot high and 7 feet wide.

Magic of the Music - Quite Possible the Best Cache I Have Ever Done!!! Simply Amazing!

First and Last Cache on US 1 - This cache is at Mile Marker 0. This is first and last measured mile in the United States on US 1. Pretty Cool Place.

Here Are Some More Pictures From Our Trip:

Welcome to Key West!!

Love These Mileage Poles

Sunset Me!

Enough Said - Perfect

Pirate Ship - Jen Loves Pirates

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