If a geocache is full of random objects, you can swap out something you own for something in the cache, and you'll have a little memento of your date.Geocaching is great for both urban and rural settings, because the geocache containers can be hidden just about anywhere.Geocaching | Letterboxing | Travel Bugs | Geocachers Corner The Object of Geocaching The object of Geocaching is to find the hidden container filled with a logbook, pencil and sometimes prizes!
As is common with geocaching world-wide, individuals gather together in communities to share ideas and support each other.
Enter those into your GPS, and then your GPS will guide you to where the geocache is located.
Once you get to the right location, you'll look for some sort of container that's full of mystery.
Eastern Ontario, depending on how you wish to define it, stretches from the Bay of Quinte to the Quebec border, from the St.
Lawrence lowlands up to the Canadian Shield of Algonquin Park.