Have you heard about geocaching on the Okaloosa County Public Library Cooperative Heritage Trail?


Have you heard about geocaching on the Okaloosa County Public Library Cooperative Heritage Trail?



Geocachers use GPS-enabled devices to locate containers called geocaches, which contain questions with answers found nearby.



All you have to do is answer the questions and log them on your geocaching passport. Then, bring your passport to any OCPLC member library. If you correctly answered six of the eight questions you will receive a custom OCPLC Heritage prize coin commemorating Viva Florida 500.



You can download a passport once you join the OCPLC Heritage Trail. Free registration is required at www.geocaching.com. Just choose a Geocaching ID and once you are registered, the fun begins.



All of you Crestview and North Okaloosa geocachers, get out on the trail and find your cache! Coins are available until supplies are depleted.



Jean Lewis is the Crestview Public Library's director.