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 [...]
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
Was at Torrey Pines State Reserve to complete a nice walk at the beach and a couple of EarthCaches. Along the walk there was an unusual object on the beach – have seen a seal on occasion – but his was much larger – and the shape made it odd to determine what it was. [...]
I have come to prefer visiting nature from the luxury of a hotel room and not to camp. We went on a mini-break to Palm Springs over the Memorial Weekend and there was a Visitor center off the highway. It also had a geocacher – so how could we resist?
It stated it was on a [...]
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!
When I tell people about geocaching, many ask “what’s hidden in a geocache” so I thought I’d share a picture of an example or two in this geocache blog post. These are caches that I’ve just hidden (my first hides – exciting!).
Usually you find:
The geocache container (might seem obvious, but some are very clever!)
A log [...]