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 [...]
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.
Adding the second puzzle to the 4 week series I’m setting. This one is easy and can be done at the location. The 4th cache will be based on the prior 3 and blog posts here…
Disclaimer: All caches will be located in Southern California
Puzzle #1 Blog Entry Geocache – Kings [...]
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 am still on the learning trail of Puzzle Geocaches. Some can be quick and easy, whilst others are rock hard!! So putting out a series of blog posts highlighting Geocache Puzzles – solve the series highlighted in the blog posts…..and I’ll publish a new cache at the end.
Disclaimer: All caches will be located in [...]
This geocache blog post is about getting a FTF….
Wow – I always envied those other geocachers that had a FTF – wondered if we would ever get one. Knew that I did not scour the listings every minute – and was more of a weekend geocacher – so thought it was never to be. Well [...]
This geocache blog post is about our first ever flash mob event….
I enjoy geocaching as a couple – and always wondered about other geocachers – but never really went to the next step of meeting others.
Well, the weekly email update from Geocache provides a list of events that are local and was seeing this event [...]
ooooh, it’s always felt a bit nerve wracking to hide a geocache – so I put it off for so long. This geocache blog post is about hiding a geocache string of hides.
I eventually tried it out with one a few months ago and it seems to have had a good response.
Well, we were off [...]
This geocache blog post is about the geocache I found at the weekend called “It’s not a bomb” and in the description it talks about a recent event where someone found an object and called the police about a bob threat….which lead to the bomb squad being called out! The looks on their faces when [...]
When I started geocaching I did not have “geosense” – which is the understanding of how and the types of hides that people do with their geocaches.
So I would often walk by somewhere and go “it’s not here!” and then find that it really was. After I started getting my “geosense” I could start to [...]