Geocaching in the Garden
Lot's of folks have asked about the new geocaching in Mead Garden so we're sending this email again with updates. If you're still a *muggle, this message may puzzle you, but not to worry. If you don't have a Boy Scout to teach you... you can join the geocache class this Spring - time to be determined by demand.
Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. Mead Garden holds a special place in geocaching history since Central Florida's 1st geocache was placed here eleven years ago in 2001.
In November, we announced the placement of several exciting new secret treasures cached in the garden, plus the original cache was relocated with an added adventure. Our sincere appreciation to Kristine and Steve DeNunzio for designing, placing and submitting this adventure, and to "Ger & Sarina" for updating their original 2001 cache. Kristine teaches all things Mac at Winter Park Tech and has offered to teach a class in geocaching this Spring here in the garden. Her caches-found count passed 1,146 in November and she's still going. If you're interested in the class, let us know at email@example.com.
Construction of the new fence on Pennsylvania Avenue dislodged one of the hiding places, but Kris and company have replaced it.
If you know about geocaching, you know what to do. Kris posted the sites on geocaching.com so Mead is official with the worldwide organization.
For *newbies, you can download and read a guide from the geocache website.