I love geocaching and one thing for me is about the numbers! Yes, I admit it, it’s nice to see a BIG number when you log in and see how many you have found, and to compare yourself to others. But it’s also not just about the Numbers.
So how can you find what your geocaching statistics are? [...]
One of the great things I love about geocaching is that there is a central website that is FREE (yes, we like free) and where you can see the adventures of other geocachers. It’s almost like a geocaching tool that can be used. Geocachers can post photos, profiles, stories about who they are and what [...]
We heard about this awesome geocache series at a local event. It was a series to honor the Top 40 cachers in San Diego (greatness #1, but sadness we are a long way from that list). This geocache blog post shows the best geocaching map that you’d like to see when you search an area…
We are getting close to 1,000 geocaches! This sounds like a lot until you meet other geocachers and you see how many are over 1,000 and then 5,000 and with the top San Diego geocachers Kwvers at 12,000! Amazing!
I also just completed a geocache series about the Top 40 cachers in San Diego and it [...]
A new year and a new geocacher name – Bangers&Mash
We wanted to update our geocacher handle to one we use in adventure racing events and we often call ourselves, but when we checked the name had already been taken.
I corresponded with the owner – and not only met a fellow Brit – but also learnt [...]
A group of geocachers were starting to email each other in November about getting the hardest geocache that is rated on the scale as a 5/5 geocache. This geocache blog post shares out attempt…
A 5/5/ geocache is one that is Level 5 difficulty and Level 5 terrain. The scale is from 1-5 so it is [...]
When I started geocaching 2 years ago, I started to hear lots of new terminology and did not know what any of it was. I’d read the logs that people wrote when they found a cache and would scratch my head and wonder.
So I thought I’d pull together a geocaching glossary with a few terms [...]
I like to take photos of my geocaching adventures. I usually upload them to Google Picasa photo albums. I found this feature they added to the Picasa tool on my computer to create a collage of photos from a folder and thought I’d add it to my geocaching tools I use and share in my geocache blog.
I’ve found over 700 geocaches so many geocaches are often in the same style or type that I’ve found before. But every now and then I come across a unique geocache that has me walking away saying “wow” and amazed at how creative people can be in placing geocache hides. This geocache blog post shows [...]
This geocache blog post adds to the series of revealing the mysteries of geocache hides. Others include the lamp post geocache hide and the sprinkler.
Love to showcase some of the common geocache hides that are used by geocachers but that a geocache muggle would never think that there is a secret treasure to be found.
This is [...]