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September 19, 2008


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I like this because it is something I'd never heard of. And if you'd told me about it and asked me to guess where it was, I would not have guessed Kentucky!

This is why I love the Internet.


Finding things we didn't know existed is also one of the reasons we like to geocache a bit when we travel!
I looked for a few caches in Kentucky for us to try finding and ran across the listing for the virtual cache at the Peace Bell. It sounded interesting, so we set out in search of the site.
Geocaching is one of the topics I'll probably do a few posts about somewhere along the way.


It seems like almost every town has bragging rites about the "largest," "oldest" or "best" of something, and I suppose it would be easy to be sarcastic about that, but like you I love finding these places ... often it gives you insight into local civic pride & values, and sometimes it's just fun.

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