In July 2004, Jakob and I took the fast ferry across Lake Ontario to Rochester for a geocaching adventure.
Our first FTF! I was quite excited about this one, since I had recently signed up for a premium membership on geocaching.com and was receiving emails with files that updated a database on my computer (GSAK) that I could also carry on a Palm Pilot. Paperless caching! And there was a brand new cache only minutes from home showing up on the radar!
We All Fall Down" is near a very interesting waterfall on the Hollow River. This river flows out of Kawagama Lake into the eastern most part of Lake of Bays just north of Dorset. The cache is an excellent example of the main beauty of geocaching: finding yourself in a wonderful spot you would otherwise not have found.
Jennifer and I took a trip to Niagara-On-The-Lake and of course we did some geocaching while there! We started the "1812 on the Niagara Parkway Tour: Part 1" multi-cache on our bicyles in Niagara-On-The-Lake, but ended up finishing it the next day in Niagara Falls down in the gorge, where we also found "A Literal Cache" and "Feather In The Glen Cache."
One of our earliest geocaching trips! This is Ragged Falls, just outside the west gate of Algonquin Park. We went in March 2004, from Mom & Dad C's former home at nearby Echo Valley.