Dakota Life - 07/03/2008

"Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunt using hand-held Global Positioning System (GPS) units. The geocachers hide and seek ""treasures"" which are waterproof containers that typically include a pencil, small notebook to serve as a logbook for finders, and several trinkets like key chains, small toys and buttons. Geocachers hide the geocache and enter the coordinates (latitude and longitude) on a website. Others download the coordinates, enter them into their GPS units and head out to find the geocache. There are South Dakotans involved in the sport of geocaching so our Dakota Life cameras went along on an expedition.


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