Not that she hasn't accompanied me on geocache hunts before. In fact she has already logged 17 events in 5 states (including 2 megas, and a flash mob). I let her log Attended on events because showing up is all that is required. However, I am fairly strict with what I consider a find from my kids. Just being there is not enough. They have to had taken an active role in the hunt - searching for the cache, retrieving it, trading swag, signing the log etc. In fact this was the second cache I found that day, and even tho she was standing right beside me when I signed the first log it didn't count as a find for her because she wasn't an active participant.
The second cache tho, was a different story.
We started by walking down this really awesome trail. It was paved, but moss covered. Abigail was sure to grab some things to use as swag.
We had a 200ft bushwhack. It was actually pretty light woods, but when your legs are only 8-10 inches long, and wobbly cause you're 21 months old, even the lightest woods end up being a major bushwhack.
Once we found the cache, her big brother taught her about swag.
Then we closed everything back up and replaced it better than found. A bushwhack back to the trail and an hour or so playing on the swings was our reward.
It was a simple day of play and adventure, but it is going down in the history books as the day Abigail found her first cache.