Tuesday, November 22, 2011


Today the rain clouds moved out and it was an absolutely gorgeous day.  What better to do on such a nice day than take the Jeep out and explore.  We headed out to the Superstition Mountains and quickly found some nice Jeep trails.  While we were out we decided to do a little geocaching and ended up having a very good caching day.  Actually we broke our old record of most caches found in one day with 23 finds.  As usual the caches ranged in size from ammo cans down to miniatures.  This is a photo of the miniature one we found and it has to be the smallest one we have ever encountered.  The container was about a half inch in diameter and was magnetized and stuck to a metal power line pole.  If you look closely you can see the log sheet rolled up in the center.  We were really luck to find this one!


The Superstitions Mountains always provide some fantastic views…



This poor guy has about had it!



  1. Dean, these photos are great. Geocaching sounds like so much fun! Especially while travelling. I cannot imagine finding that tiny cache that you did!
    -- Jool

  2. This is why I don't do mini caches. I have NEVER been able to find them.