.So here I was in Glenwood Springs with my brother.
He told me the other day he saw this sketchball take a cobble stone out from a wall in a parking lot and pull and box out from behind the rock. I'm like what the fuck it's probably drugs/cash so we drive there and go check out the area that he was in and start pulling on stones to see if they come loose. After a few minutes of searching we found nothing until one of the last ones we try comes loose and we see a metal ammo case behind it. You know like those WW2 big tin boxes for rounds. On the face of it, it says "This end toward street" So by now i'm thinking more like IED (lol).
So we pull this thing out and open it up and it's filled full of random ass shit like calculators and pedometers and stuff like that. Among those was a plastic bag with a pen and notepad inside of it that said on the cover, "PINK FLOYD" and GPS coordinates. we open it up and it says something along the lines of congratulations you've found the geocache and to write your name down and return the box to its rightful place where you found it blah blah blah and that it is an ongoing game for a community of hunters. Along with that note was a website, http://www.geocaching.com/
apparently there are hundreds of these boxes hidden around various states ready for people to find them. Very very cool idea so I thought I'd share, what a fun thing it was to find it too! It's first dated entry was in 2007 so we wrote our names as well and put it back.
After a while we realized the pun and why it was called Pink Floyd, for another brick in the wall which where it was hidden lolololol
tldr; http://www.geocaching.com/ find treasure, have fun.