Dating site with no caches
The story starts around the end of the last ice age, when sea levels were lower and big-game hunters living in eastern Siberia followed their prey across the Bering land bridge and into Alaska.
As the ice caps in Canada receded and opened up a path southward, the colonists swept across the vast unpopulated continent.
Yep, you’re in luck- because we divas have done Letterboxing is very similar to geocaching.
After choosing a location online, your family will use clues to find hidden boxes.
Luckily, it doesn’t take a lot of time or money to create lasting family memories.
In fact, you don’t even have to go looking for them!
If your family enjoys exploring the outdoors, this is a fun idea to keep the kids busy.
The full name of Caracol would be "Three-Hills Water," read Oxwitza', Uxwitza’ or, Hispanicised, "Oxhuitza".
This place name may also reference the Three Stone Place of creation.
The site was first reported by a native logger named Rosa Mai, who came across its remains in 1937 while searching for mahogany hardwood trees to exploit. Anderson visited the site for two weeks along with a colleague H. Jex [Hugh Blockley Jex - who later became Inspector of Crown Licence]. They conducted preliminary surveys, noted 9 carved monuments, took notes on the structures of the A Group Plaza, and undertook limited excavations in two locations. More extensive explorations and documentation of the site was undertaken by Linton Satterthwaite of the University Museum at the University of Pennsylvania from 1950 to 1953.
The hunter who thrust the spear on that long-ago day didn't just bring down the mastodon; he also helped to kill off the reigning theory of how people got to the Americas.
For most of the past 50 years, archaeologists thought they knew how humans arrived in the New World.
Caracol is the name given to a large ancient Maya archaeological site, located in what is now the Cayo District of Belize.