This geocache blog post adds to the series of revealing the mysteries of geocache hides. The use of real money is unusual as it causes the geocacher to have to make a decision to spend it or re-hide it.
Usually you can find money if you are a FTF (First To Find). But I knew I was not as this cache had been around since 2003….an oldie indeed.
So I picked up the money and it was in a plastic bag…..and had a red stamp on the side with a web link on it….
I went home and went to Where’s George and sure enough this funny little website comes up….apparently you can track money and where it goes.
Here’s an example report, the bill I had was dedicated to geocaching….does that mean I can’t spend it? It’s still in my pocket now….what should I do?
If you want to read about some unusual or unique geocache hides, you might be interested in the Saguaro Cactus or the Lamp Post or the Tucson Rock.
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