I admit it. I have tended to avoid Puzzle geocaches. Why?
They take more time to prepare…you can’t just dash and cache
You have to solve a puzzle…and there are some really hard ones out there
Now that I’ve found nearly 300 caches though, it’s time to start getting some variety. So I loaded up the geocaches in my [...]
I recently found my 3rd Earthcache. These geocache types are significant geological sites – so not a physical cache – but a place to learn about some exciting geological thing…
I’ve found 3 Earthcaches with the link to the details of them right here in this geocache blog:
1. Vulcan’s Mecca in Lassen Volcanic Park, CA
2. The Devil’s Breath [...]
I found this cool little FREE feature that lets you display stats about your geocache finds called It’s Not About The Numbers
It shows where have you geocached, what difficulty level etc…And you can tailor it to what you want to show (obviously the stuff that makes you look great!)
So here’s my geocaching statistics shared in [...]
My geocache handle is ‘Lucy&Nigel’ so feel free to look us up at http://www.geocaching.com/ We’ve found over 200 geocaches and have been caching for nearly 1 year now, so we are now starting to branch out and find different types of caches. Quality and not quantity! So this geocache blog post is about a [...]
This geocache blog entry introduced Bangers & Mash (formerly known as Lucy & Nigel as our geocacher handle). We decided to show off a few adventures in a geocache gvideo format rather than just pictures. This includes geocaching in California and in England, crossing the pond for geocaching hides across the world.
It’s easy to embed a [...]
Wow, this is exciting! I’ve been geocaching for nearly 1 year now and have to say I’m hooked. So with all those New Year resolutions that we have, I wanted to share the adventures of geocaching with others and start writing a geocache blog.
So welcome….and hope to see you here and out there in the field!
Part of geocaching is to take something from the hide and to leave something in return. Many people set a Travel Bug to be able to follow where an item goes from hide to hide around the world. Think the new world version of that old “message in a bottle” trick you see in movies.