|Em's first find|
It involves driving around in search of junk and generally results in having lunch or a snack somewhere on the way to keep our strength up.
But as it turned out they really didn't care about the why, but instead just enjoyed the thrill of the search and taking turns with following the GPS compass. We have so much to learn from kids.
|opening up the tiny one they found here|
We had one that we couldn't find, but others that were successful so a good time was had by all.
They were blown away with how tiny they could be and what odd spots they might be located in.
These guys are real troopers and were happy to prowl around odd spots with us and moving rocks, spider webs and crawling around on the ground. Oh, do we know how to have fun or what?
I think they love it for the same reason I do, there's usually food involved somewhere along the way.
The one they are working with here had a coin theme and was only for coins and nothing else. It was a fun one to find and share the joy with them.
We also got to introduce them to playing pickleball, but the weather was not cooperative and with the wind blowing it was hard to keep the ball in our court.
But we played enough that they got the hang of it and seemed to be catching on very well. Those long arms of the older granddaughter sure come in handy for catching the ball; I wish I had a bit more height on me.
It was a fast few days with the kids trying to share all our new games with them.
Long Live the Queen of the Cache