Dina's GPS receiver and the contents of a cache found on Black Island in Lovers Key/Carl E. Johnson State Park. Caches usually included are a notebook for visitors to write in, along with trinkets that can be taken home or moved to a new cache. Some trinkets, called Travel Bugs, can be traced on a website as they zig zag across the country between various caches.

Photo by Jeremy Lyverse, Daily News

Dina's GPS receiver and the contents of a cache found on Black Island in Lovers Key/Carl E. Johnson State Park. Caches usually included are a notebook for visitors to write in, along with trinkets that can be taken home or moved to a new cache. Some trinkets, called Travel Bugs, can be traced on a website as they zig zag across the country between various caches.

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