I’ve signed up for IronMan Arizona 2011, so my life has quickly become put into time boxes of swimming, cycling, running, and other activities to support these 3 – like yoga, spin classes, strength training etc…
So that means I have had little time to go just geocaching and probably will limit the posts I make [...]
What kind of a geocache would Santa hide? A webcam with a link to the North Pole? A puzzle that would keep you busy all day on Christmas? Well I found out what Santa and His Elves would hide in this local geocache.
What else is a better match for Christmas than Geocaching?
Christmas is a great [...]
Have you ever attended a MeetUp event? I just went to a Geocaching hike in Mission Trails and it was great!
I was doing a random search of local MeetUp groups in San Diego and came across the “Geocaching San Diego” group. I watched it for a while being that voyeur of social media and then [...]
I was recently in Tempe Arizona for the IronMan competition. You can read my prior post with information listed here, including a video with statistics about the competitors.
Whilst in Arizona, I couldn’t resist grabbing a few geocaches in the local area. So I hired a touring bike and picked up a few geocaches. Here’s the [...]
There are some areas that have no geocaches…and some areas that have so many you wonder how they all got there, and how many trips it would take to get all of them.
Mission Trail Regional Park (MTRP) is one of those areas in San Diego. There are 389 geocaches in a 3 miles radius shown [...]
This geocache blog post adds to the series of revealing the mysteries of geocache hides. Others include the lamp post geocache hide and the Ammo Box.
This post focuses on The Sprinkler. Yes, those little black sprinklers that you see all over lawns and parks and fields can actually be geocaches. So you have to build [...]
You can find geocaching tools for most phone carriers and I am familiar with the iPhone and Blackberry versions (see blog post). I am less familiar with the Nokia phone and its Ovi store for apps until a fellow geocacher (Chico Valdez) reached out and mentioned he was creating a Geocaching app.
When you don’t know what you are looking for, the idea of finding “something somewhere” can be a little intimidating….but once you get the hang of a few types of geocache hides and geocache containers, then it becomes much easier. We call this getting you “geosense” (could we be as brash as to call it [...]
Trying to get some mountain biking in as training for a 12 hour race in a few weeks. The weather today was raining, but we thought we’d go anyway….there were so many geocaches on the way up to the Otay Mountain. However, we never got that far….the rain created MUD and we could hardly bike [...]
So I was surfing the geocaching website and finding it to be really slow.
Somehow I got to this page….where I could give feedback and vote on what I think is important to improve. I liked the interface as well as the voting, so I thought I’d share it with others.
Link to Geocaching.com Feedback Site