When nerds fall in love, they go on dates--just like any normal couple. Recently Alex and I dropped off our offspring with their beloved grandparents so we could be alone together. We decided to go geocaching.
Geocaching is like hide and seek for "technologically advanced grown-ups" (read nerds in love). You take a GPS, get some coordinates from the Geocaching web site, and go find adventure on the high seas (or in the red dirt, as the case may be.) Pictured below is Alex with a totally awesome old rusty truck bed we found right next to a geocache.
The wheel well had some rusty bullet holes, so you know this truck bed has seen a lot of adventure. Or at least some drunken teenagers or hunters. . . with guns. Welcome to Rural America, friends, where even remote Stop signs catch the occasional stray bullet.
This was my favorite side of the truck bed. My dad loves Chevy trucks, and so I have nourished a great love for them as well. If you have a GPS and haven't geocached, you're really missing out!