Cache Us If You Can!
Geocaching is a great way to get acquainted with
conservation lands under the protection of the Attleboro Land Trust.
It's a game anyone can play. All you need is a
GPS-enabled cell phone or tablet. Choose your destination online, enter
the coordinates into your device, and hunt until you find your hidden
treasure. Open the geocache container to find a logbook to be signed and
perhaps trinkets to be traded. When you are done, seal the container and
leave it where you found it for the next treasure hunter.
The Land Trust and the
Attleboro Public Library
celebrated Earth Day on Saturday April 23, 2016, by teaching 50 participants the
skills necessary for geocaching. Parents and their children spent 90
fun-filled minutes walking the beautiful trails at the
Colman Reservation--finding Earth Day
treasures as well as official geocaches along the way.
|This map on the
website shows five geocaches that are located on the Colman
||The treasure hunters in this photo have just
located a geocache hidden in a holly tree. ALT president Ted Leach
was there to help guide them to their next discovery.