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 the 7th sense?). This geocache blog post goes into more detail about a classic hide.
One of the classic geocache hides is in a pile of rocks. We are fortunate enough that there are many piles of rocks from little stones to large boulders out there, and if you know what a rock looks like then you are off to a good start.
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 most of the day….uuurgh. We sure learnt how to hike-a-bike.
EveryTrail – Find the best
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