Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Portsmouth Geocaching

Guess what I did after my ceremony? Yes, that's right, I went geocaching! Quite a surprise, isn't it?



The closest cache was here at the harbour. Could I find it now that I was American? Could I? Would have been the perfect log, wouldn't it? 'Just naturalized, first find as an American, TFTC'.



But no! I could NOT find it. So my first geocaching as an American was getting a DNF. Great! I am sure the cache must have been muggled, right? Can't have been my lousy geocaching skills.



Luckily, I ended up finding a cache in Maine, close to this light house, so I celebrated my citizenship by finding my first ever Maine cache. Who cares about those stupid New Hampshire caches anyway??? ^^

4 comments:

Meritt said...

... that last photo is beautiful!!!!

John said...

Nice lighthouse. Can I live there, please? Only in the summer though

Norm said...

Congratulations on getting your citizenship, and your first geocache as a citizen. My wife and I have been geocaching for just over a year and are having a blast.

If interested, we are on Blogger too. Stop by and say hello.
The Northwoods Geocats

We always enjoy new visitors.

NannyOgg said...

Thank you all!
And John, hmmm, sure, go live there. Looks like a lovely place!

Nice to meet you, norm!

Karen