In 2005 I became a Bookcrosser...
In 2007 I became a Georger...
A few weeks ago, while telling one co-worker about Georging a Benjamin, another co-worker told me she had been carrying around a Dollar, for a few months, that had Georging Stamps on it.
But wait, it gets better! ;-D
When I asked her why she still had it she laughed, and offered to give it to me if I told her where it had been.
I gave her 4 quarters for it, went online, during a break, at WG, and learned the bill had originally been GEOCACHED...IN KS., over 2 years ago!
I decided that it would be cool to return it to a Geocache so I signed up. ;-D
While the tough locations need GPS to find, SOME of the easy ones, especially if they are Urban, and you know the area...DO NOT.
TRUST ME. ;-D
1st BK, then GW, now GEOCACHING...
Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Geocaching (Official and Original Site!) is enjoyed by people from all age groups, with a strong sense of community and support for the environment.
Whether I will get a cheaply priced device with the minimun needed to get the job done, or not, I am not ready to say yet...but, um, heh, heh, I detect a pattern in my choices of some of my hobbies. ;-D
Further research turned up other similar hobbies.