My life has got pretty crazy busy lately – so making time to geocache is not as easy as it used to be. So instead of me taking the time to create query, download a geocache file and download to my Garmin unit…I use my iPhone instead.
This geocache blog entry is a quick lovers guide [...]
It’s hard to get used to that geosense needed when you start geocaching – I often said comments like ‘what, there is a geocache there!?’ and taking nearly 1 hour to search for an ‘easy’ rated geocache. So I like to help other geocachers out in and show some of those unusual cache hides out there. [...]
Earthcaches are geocaches that teach you about geology in the points of interest that you visit around you.
When in Tucson, I went to the “Leaning Towers of … Arizona” Earth cache which shows you the pinnacles that have been formed over millions of years from different types of minerals and the natural elements of water [...]
Do you like to have adventures? Do you like to visit places and wonder what you’ll see, what you could learn?
Geocaching took me on the Catalina Highway in Tucson – and to this rock on the edge of a tourist pullout.
What an amazing adventure to have a picture and experience like this….and yes at the [...]
Geocaching will take you to all sorts of places – especially those back roads that you never see another car for miles.
In this geocache blog post I was driving along this road but had to fight the traffic with the Tucson geocaching locals…asked them to ‘moo’ve off the road
This geocache blog post adds to the series of revealing the mysteries of geocache hides and showcasing the more unusual or surprising geocache hides.
There is a geocache at this photo location – but the unusual aspect is the reason for the hide – this large Saguaro cactus is actually a cell phone tower. I had [...]
Finding a geocache when you are building up your ‘geosense’ can be the hardest thing.
I remember that I would often think “there was a geocache like this?!” (in a library, looks like a stick, under a lamp post…)
So, this geocache blog post has a one minute video on How to find a geocache video
Interested in [...]
uuurgh, I do love geocaching, but the smallest hide of all “the nano“ is my nightmare. this geocache blog entry shows what is looks like (if you can see it!) It is always really hard to find (check out the size of this thing in the photo…it’s the little black dot at the edge of [...]
Woo-hoo – 600 Caches found. Thought I’d run an update on caches – what I’ve found, where, and type.
I thought I had found a few 4+ difficulties….looks like I still have a way to go to fill in those squares!
Charts and Graphs
This geocache blog post is about a review of 3 common types of units to use to find geocaches – Garmin, Blackberry, and iPhone and which one is the best geocaching GPS for you. In the past few weeks I’ve used each of these units to find geocaches and am providing my geocacher review on them.