There are many different sizes of geocaches out there and having found hundreds, I have seen many types. This geocache blog post though may just be about the Biggest geocache ever…in the world….yes that is a bold statement, so you tell me if you agree or not….
A geocache might be there right in front of your eyes and you might not know. This geocache blog post shows an example of one you might have missed…
I love finding geocaches that are unusual. I walked past this one several times before I worked it out, and now I see it a lot.
Can you [...]
I’ve recently moved from Northern California to Southern California. I’ve got to get used to all sorts of new things, like my local shopping areas, places to eat out, and of course…places to geocache! This geocache blog post shows what I have to look forward to living in San Diego.
The best way for me to [...]
This geocache blog post takes you through the story and hunt of searching and finding an underwater geocache. You’ll walk away knowing how to geocache.
One not so fine day, a geocacher went out on the hunt for geocaches. They followed the GPS coordinates to this location….but where is the cache?
Looking over the edge of the [...]
I just saw a geocache ranking tag used by a fellow geocacher and thought I’d find and share mine in this geocache blog post.
The geocaching ranking site is a lovely little geocaching tool provided by D Runner.
Drum roll…here are the results…Number 2,340 in California and number 30,790 in the world.
The fellow geocachers we saw are a [...]
I was moving from Northern California to Southern California and was doing the big 500 mile drive and thought – this is a great opportunity to do a geocaching road trip along the way to make it a bit more fun. This geocache blog post walks through how to make a pocket query for your [...]
When I tell people about geocaching, many ask “what’s hidden in a geocache” so I thought I’d share a picture of an example or two in this geocache blog post. These are caches that I’ve just hidden (my first hides – exciting!).
Usually you find:
The geocache container (might seem obvious, but some are very clever!)
A log [...]