This geocache blog post adds to the series of revealing the mysteries of geocache hides. Others include the lamp post geocache hide and the Ammo Box.
This post focuses on The Sprinkler. Yes, those little black sprinklers that you see all over lawns and parks and fields can actually be geocaches. So you have to build [...]
You can find geocaching tools for most phone carriers and I am familiar with the iPhone and Blackberry versions (see blog post). I am less familiar with the Nokia phone and its Ovi store for apps until a fellow geocacher (Chico Valdez) reached out and mentioned he was creating a Geocaching app.
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 [...]
I just spent 4 weeks in South Africa (and nearby countries Zimbabwe and Botswana) for a vacation. And of course….football!!!
It all started at New Years Eve 2009…when I was looking at the new year about to start and thought “what adventure are we going to have in 2010?” I started to surf the web and [...]
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…
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 [...]
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 [...]