Adventures in Geocaching: Weird Building Sighting


One of the things I love about geocaching is when I stumble upon something I would never have seen if I hadn’t been on my way to a cache, looking for a cache, or returning from a cache.

While meandering around Tarpon Springs, Florida, I came across this odd-looking building. All four corners of the building were decked out in this colorful stripeidey (stripe-uh-dee) pattern. It caught my attention to the point that I had to do a U-turn and go back and take a photo of it, even with the local law enforcement sitting in the parking lot.

I couldn’t see any signs designating what the building was for. I’m just glad I got to see it.

A little color is always a happy addition to the day.

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2 Responses to Adventures in Geocaching: Weird Building Sighting

  1. It looks like it ought to be a place where they design or make toys! Probably isn’t, though. Maybe the architect just likes to leave little surprises for observant people to enjoy.

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