This geocache blog post adds to the series of revealing the mysteries of geocache hides. The use of real money is unusual as it causes the geocacher to have to make a decision to spend it or re-hide it.
Usually you can find money if you are a FTF (First To Find). But I knew I [...]
One thing I love about Geocaching is that it takes you to interesting places – and makes hiking much more interesting. This blog post shares our geocache hike in Penasquitos Canyon in San Diego to find a Waterfall which was also a virtual geocache.
I’ve been geocaching for 1 year now (hooray!!) and I’m always amazed at what I can find in a geocache container. I’m used to the usual toys and trinkets now but some things are quite creative or unusual.
On a hiking trip, I found a “Cache Card” which was a transparent picture – made me think [...]
There are many different sizes of geocaches out there and having found hundreds, I have seen many types. This geocache blog post though may just be about the Biggest geocache ever…in the world….yes that is a bold statement, so you tell me if you agree or not….
This geocache blog post takes you through the story and hunt of searching and finding an underwater geocache. You’ll walk away knowing how to geocache.
One not so fine day, a geocacher went out on the hunt for geocaches. They followed the GPS coordinates to this location….but where is the cache?
Looking over the edge of the [...]
I just saw a geocache ranking tag used by a fellow geocacher and thought I’d find and share mine in this geocache blog post.
The geocaching ranking site is a lovely little geocaching tool provided by D Runner.
Drum roll…here are the results…Number 2,340 in California and number 30,790 in the world.
The fellow geocachers we saw are a [...]
There are many things you can do for Valentines Day like write a poem, buy chocolates, eat at a nice restaurant.
But why not try something different like geocaching that gets you to work as a team and has you walking outside in the fresh air holding each others hand? It is definitely a unique Valentines Day [...]
When you think of San Diego you might think of lovely sunny weather and beautiful beaches. I tought so too, so when I was in San Diego for work for a whole week I thought I’d add in some geocaching adventures. The weather was not exactly what I was expecting…see more in the geocache blog [...]
You know you are a geocache fanatic when you start dreaming about geocaching…
Where will the next big find come from? What adventure will the next geocache hide bring? What will the next geocache blog entry be about?
I admit it. I have tended to avoid Puzzle geocaches. Why?
They take more time to prepare…you can’t just dash and cache
You have to solve a puzzle…and there are some really hard ones out there
Now that I’ve found nearly 300 caches though, it’s time to start getting some variety. So I loaded up the geocaches in my [...]