This weekend, my two boys and I went up north to my good friend’s cabin in Strawberry, AZ. On the way back, we did a little geocaching. If you’re not aware, Geocaching is treasure hunting for small boxes (caches) containing trinkets left by other people. There is a phone app that tells you exactly where a particular cache is located anywhere in the world. You find the cache, then take an item from the cache as long as you replace it with something of yours. With everyone doing the same, you never know where your trinkets are going to land. In fact some people have tracked to one part of the planet things they’ve left in another part far away.
We found a geocache on the Mogollon Rim north of Payson, AZ, and for our contribution, I had my son put in a few of my CDs. Hey, this could be a whole new marketing strategy! Okay, maybe not, but we had fun.