We were geocaching in NJ recently, and I have to tell you, we have had many occasions to visit NJ, and our impression was that NJ is mostly highways and houses on small pieces of property (and, ahem, if you REALLY want to, you can read about a really awful stop we had on the Garden State Parkway on my other blog here). However, on this geocaching trip, we saw some really beautiful parts of NJ we didn't know existed. We also found some very clever geocaches!
How about in a log?
Do you see the geocache in this picture below?
We thought that was tree-mendously clever (har har) - can you see the little black pill-shaped nano stuck right on to the tree? Those type of nanos are magnetic - so I would normally be looking for it to be hidden on something metal - in this case it IS on something metal - a screw, screwed into the tree to stick the nano on - that gets my "clever geocache" of the day award!
All in all, a really fun day geocaching in NJ - saw some really cool geocaches (and storing these ideas away for future use maybe in NY bwa ha ha ha!), and some really lovely parts of NJ. New Jersey, I have a whole new appreciation for you!