The Time Capsule Adventure
Here is a classic adventure for your family…and for your descendants.
These are called Geocapsules. Camouflaged, hollow rock clones that encase…a small timecapsule.
The adventure is a treasure-hunt to recover these Geocapsules, months or years after they are left in the wilderness.
Why time capsules? Because there is an intriguing fascination with hidden treasures.
Especially family treasures that will have personal connections over generations. These small, simple caches will become a curious legacy to rediscover months or years later.
But there are other incentives to this adventure. Discovering the vast spectacle of our American wilderness may ignite a greater passion to explore. And it may help your younger family members to connect with the adventurous spirit of their own parents or grandparents.
Leaving no visible trace behind, you can purposefully conceal small, secure, wilderness time capsules in our remote backcountry.
While drop-sites need to be isolated and far removed from any possible foot traffic, they can still be easy to find…if you happen to know their exact geographic coordinates and carry a simple GPS device.
Our own time capsules have been intentionally placed in regions that force an extended outdoor commitment.
Small, concealed caches are now spirited away in the spectacular mountains of Idaho, along the distant Pacific Ocean coast of Alaska, and somewhere in the undiscovered wilds of Montana.
The Geocapsuling incentive will appeal to outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes, geocachers, future explorers, scavenger hunters, and even casual adventurers.
Time in a Capsule: An Adventure for Your Descendants helps others create a family experience for bridging the generations.
Combining wilderness treks with GPS technology is already an international pastime. But adding a Time Capsule to the mix brings a new element of family adventure and generational connection.
Time in a Capsule.com demonstrates how your family and friends can plan a short or long-term journey through time.
For a single page review of the Time Capsule Adventure, see our Fast Track to Geocapsuling page.