Geocaching adventures in the Great Lakes. I can't think of a more glorious way to spend a day then to put on my red Wellies and my yellow rain slicker, toss my pack on my back, slip a camera in my pocket, and head off to parts unknown. Unless, of course, you add some family and friends to the mix! That's even better.
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Joshua, the Geocaching Vlogger, shared a story about young Michael. Michael was a geocacher who lost his life recently due to a congenital heart disease. Today would've been Michael's birthday.
To honor this young soul, who used geocaching to improve his stamina, Joshua suggested a National Geocaching Day for Michael. Geocachers all over the country went out and found a cache in Michael's honor. TaGeez and I trekked into Detroit for ours today.
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Afterwards we rolled towards Detroit Eastern Market area and then down to the Detroit River.
Wonderful ice flows on a sunny, blue day. TaGeez said he watched seagulls land on ice blocks and then ride them towards the Ambassador Bridge!
God gave Michael such a lovely day to celebrate life.