I was asked why I don't seem to be caching all that much anymore. It didn't take me long to explain why I don't like caching in the city. I much prefer non urban geocaching. It wasn't until I really thought about it did I finally understand so many other geocachers. I mean I used to find any kind of cache, it didn't matter where it was. If I wanted to find it I when out to find it. Would I couldn't figure out was why some geocachers only found ones of certain terrain or higher, only while hiking, only if you could get there on transit or 4 X 4 only caches. They did it for the adventure. I thought they were weird. A cache is a cache isn't it? Either way you get a smilie and add to your number count.
So many caches over so many years has caused me to forget one from another. I used to be able to tell some one on the phone how to find a cache. I remembered each find. I missed that. And I realized I missed the adventure. That's why I cached. The adventure. I don't find adventure in city caching. I find it in being out beyond the street lights, up a trail or down a logging road. My caching for the last few months hasn't been to find new caches for myself but to take others to some of the caches I remembered that were awesome and fun. Sure my numbers haven't been going up. Does that really matter to me? Nope. My sense of adventure has.
This brings me to the point. Is there any good city caches around ( that don't require stupid amount of time sitting in front of a computer to fnd)?