Louisiana GPS Geocache: “Red Beans and Rice”
We found and logged “Red Beans and Rice” east of New Orleans “The Crescent City” and South of Lake Pontchartrain Friday the 13th, July 2001.
NOTE: THIS CACHE IS GONE and HAS BEEN ARCHIVED:
These caches are part of a worldwide game dedicated to GPS (Global Positioning System) users, called GPS Stash Hunting, or Geocaching. The game basically involves a GPS user hiding “treasure”, and publishing the exact coordinates so other GPS users can come on a “treasure hunt” to find it. The only rules are: if you take something from the container, you must leave something in the container, and you must sign the logbook. The real treasure is being able to find it and sharing that with others by your logbook post.
Rode my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry…………..
My Nishiki chrome moly mountain (levee) bike with my own titanium suspension seat and suspension bars!
You could hear the train coming……..
Well, since we were waiting…………. cache cash…………
Bingo!!!!!!! Cache waypoints posted are right on the “money”…. nice job!!
Wow, what a cache! Bobby Jr. got two foreign coins and a friendship key ring. I took a picture at the cache site with the camera provided and we left some goodies too!
We left a dolphin, a hot wheels car, one of our fishing lures, a Canadian quarter, and a pressed penny from the D Day museum with info the museum machine stamps on it.
The first log book entry is ours! Friday the 13th! This cache is easy to access and in a great spot! We saw 4 rabbits, one alligator, and an awesome big buck deer with a rack like an oak tree!!
Be sure to visit the web page about Louisiana’s first GPS geocache:
Visit the web page about Louisiana’s second GPS geocache:
We found and logged “Sugar Mill” North of Lake Pontchartrain July 7, 2001.