This geocache blog post is about the geocache I found at the weekend called “It’s not a bomb” and in the description it talks about a recent event where someone found an object and called the police about a bob threat….which lead to the bomb squad being called out! The looks on their faces when [...]
When I started geocaching I did not have “geosense” – which is the understanding of how and the types of hides that people do with their geocaches.
So I would often walk by somewhere and go “it’s not here!” and then find that it really was. After I started getting my “geosense” I could start to [...]
I did not find the cache when I went to this location….but I might have found the bonus prize?
I was rooting around with my hand in the hedge when I smelt something really fishy…..and sure enough it was a fish!!!
I’m glad that I brought my sanitizer out geocaching…you just never know what you will find!
This geocache blog post adds to the series of revealing the mysteries of geocache hides. The use of real money is unusual as it causes the geocacher to have to make a decision to spend it or re-hide it.
Usually you can find money if you are a FTF (First To Find). But I knew I [...]
Yeah – I reached the magic 400 geocaches this weekend, so here are my updated stats. I was at a geocache rally at the weekend (my first one) and met many other experienced geocachers – in fact we were definitely the “newbies” at only 400!!!! Some were at 12,000!!!! Want to keep you all motivated [...]
One thing I love about Geocaching is that it takes you to interesting places – and makes hiking much more interesting. This blog post shares our geocache hike in Penasquitos Canyon in San Diego to find a Waterfall which was also a virtual geocache.
I’ve been geocaching for 1 year now (hooray!!) and I’m always amazed at what I can find in a geocache container. I’m used to the usual toys and trinkets now but some things are quite creative or unusual.
On a hiking trip, I found a “Cache Card” which was a transparent picture – made me think [...]