The weather seems to finally being helpful to be outdoors.
At least some of the time.
And, of course, that probably depends on where in the world you are.
In the Northeast — at least near me — it’s been harder at times to get outside. Rain and gloomy weather. But we’ve had some.
So, it was time to get outdoors.
For this month, I basically went with my phone. I need to start using my main camera more, but at times it’s not easy to want to drag it around!
There’s a lot of ways to handle this theme, so how did you do it? Mine are below!
So let’s get on with this! Here are my five and I look forward to other posts!
When outside activities are mentioned, geocaching is one of them. This month I hid a few caches for a challenge (this is one spot), and I also found a bunch as I had the chance to attend GeoWoodstock, which became the first giga event in North America.
2. Creative finds
Who says all micro finds have to be crappy? This is one we found during the GwoWoodstock trip. Very nicely done!
3. Traditional find
It’s still nice to find the more “traditional” finds while out caching. In a tree, in some woods etc.
When the warmer weather comes, I watch as much baseball as I can. It’s a great way to spend a day/night.
Not a great shot — but wanted to capture the moment as Cameron was fully focused on this ice cream!
There are my five. I look forward to seeing what everybody else came up with!
If you took part in this month’s challenge, make sure to link up below. And for those of you who participated, make sure you try and get to other people’s blogs and comment (here, too!). Let’s continue to grow this challenge and have a strong community. Come back and check out the others who link later on, too!
Also, don’t forget to get back here in the next day or so for the June theme!
NOTE: I set up a Facebook group for those who participate in the challenge and are interested. I’ll post any announcements there and hopefully it can be a place where things are discussed and some interaction etc. You can access it here.