Family Adventures

Below is my assignment for my Journalism class.  Enjoy, and I hope you have learned of a new and inexpensive outing.


Scavenger Hunts


13 July 2014

5 p.m.


20 lines


Families find outdoor adventure with fun and inexpensive games.

These are not video games, but are scavenger hunts using free apps on any smart phone.

Geocaching (GEE-o CASH-ing), spelled g-e-o-c-a-c-h-i-n-g, uses G-P-S coordinates to find hidden containers nearby.

WIGSmp3  0:08   “There are more than two (m) million geocaches in over   one-hundred-and-85 countries and over six (m) million geocachers worldwide.”

There is one called “Argo Gold” on the campus of University of Great Falls in Montana.  The website is

SOT#1  0:04  Munzee Ding

Munzee (MUN-zee) is a paperless scavenger hunt using Q-R code scanned with a free smartphone app.

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Munzee started in 20-11 and has grown to just about every continent.

According to co-developer Josh Terkelsen (TERK-el-sun), Munzee is a “geo-location game, it’s a scavenger hunt, it’s a smartphone game.”

One interesting Munzee is the “Galerie Trinitas” (GAL-uh-ree TRIN-i-tus) on the      U-G-F campus.  Sign up at for more information.

Choose one or choose both, but get out for new adventures.

SOT#1  0:04  Munzee Ding









2 responses to “Family Adventures

  1. Be a life saver...

    13 July 2014 at 10:12 am

    Excellent, I hadn’t heard of Munzee before, I’ll check it out.


    • dayspringacres

      13 July 2014 at 10:21 am

      I look forward to finding all the Munzees in Great Falls.



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