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Find the Geocache

Gone are the days of the wrinkled map marked with an X but treasures can still be found using the modern-day method of geocaching. Like the old-fashioned treasure hunt, participants seek out hidden containers, called geocaches, using GPS devices or smart phone applications, then report their experiences online. In fact, there are two active caches right here at the library (one inside and one outside)! According to Geocaching.com, there are 1,188,372 active caches and between 4-5 million geocachers worldwide. For more information on geocaching in Michigan, visit the MiGo website and look for a hunt in your area.

New to geocaching? These books will help!

The geocaching handbook by Layne Cameron ; with a foreword by Dave Ulmer

The complete idiot's guide to geocaching by the editors and staff of Geocaching.com

I read Watch Me Throw the Ball! by Mo Williams

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I read I LOVE MY NEW TOY- Elephant and Piggie by Mo Williams

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I read Library of Natural Disasters- Tornadoes

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I made a lego castle

I worked on my workbook.

I worked on my workbook.

I read The Phantom Tollbooth

I worked on my math packet

I played checkers with my best friend

I played chess with my best friend

I played checkers

I played chess online

My mom taught me how to type correctly. lt was very hard but l have gotten a bit faster.

I did bridge hook. It's really hard thing. It's make me flexible. I tried a million times.

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Invincible Ultimate Collection Vol. 8

Figured out something new on my tablet PC

I haven't had my Dell Latitude tablet for very long, just long enough that I feel pretty comfortable using it. But not so long that I know all there is to know about it. It's fun to discover something new every now and again.

Went swimming

I skyped with my cousins from Minnesota