THE SUBARU/LEAVE NO TRACE TRAVELING TRAINER PROGRAM
Currently in its 12th year, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, 2 teams of professional outdoor educators, have reached over 10 million people in 48 states with Leave No Trace education and training.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
This morning we said our goodbyes to our recent travel companion, Wolfgang Von Pitterpat. As promised in our earlier post Geocaching 101…We Need Your Help, we dropped Wolfgang off at the first suggested location, the Travel Bug Hotel (N 36° 30.306 W 104° 55.241) in Cimarron, New Mexico. Before dropping Wolfgang off we tagged him with our newest ethics reference card on geocaching*. This being our first adventure into the world of geocaching, we weren’t sure what to expect. Turns out we had a lot of fun and finally took the time to learn how to use the GPS unit that has been sitting in our glove box for over a year! Here is a brief retrospective of our geocaching adventure...enjoy!
We found Wolfgang at the top of Boundary Peak in Nevada and decided to make him an honorary Traveling Trainer!
Wolfgang perched on the Subaru on our way to Cimarron.
JD and Wolfgang figuring out how to use our GPS unit.
We found the "Travel Bug Hotel" right next to the historic St. James Hotel, which is supposedly haunted!
*No Travel Bugs were harmed in the tagging process.