Here were some other travel bugs that were at Geo Jamboree that couldn't be taken, but could be discovered:
This one was on a car. We actually "discovered" quite a few car travel bugs at this event - they are becoming quite popular.
After the picnic DH and our friend did some more geocaching and I took DD to swim in the lake. The weather was very overcast and it did rain and drizzle on and off, but nothing too bad. Until about 9:30 that night. From about 9:30 that night until about 8:00 the following morning it rained cats and dogs. Oy. All I can say is thank goodness we've camped enough to know how to stay dry because it is no fun at all sleeping on wet sleeping bags and/or having all your stuff get wet. We've already done that and learned those lessons, so fortunately, we were fine, but I know a lot of other fellow geocacher-campers were not so lucky. The only thing that was really a pain was that instead of being able to put the tent and the tarps away when we got home, we had to set the up again in the backyard and lay the tarps out and let them dry. Luckily it was nice and sunny that afternoon so DH actually took the hose first to everything and gave everything a good wash, which everything needed anyway, so it was sort of just as well.
Well since I last posted the "attended" logs for Geo Jamboree 7 are up to 124 so far and CT A-Team posted that plans are already being made for next year's Geo Jamboree 8, so if this sounds like fun and you live within traveling distance to Kettletown State Park in CT, keep your eyes out!
See you in the log books.... :-)