I’ve recently moved from Northern California to Southern California. I’ve got to get used to all sorts of new things, like my local shopping areas, places to eat out, and of course…places to geocache! This geocache blog post shows what I have to look forward to living in San Diego.
The best way for me to [...]
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 [...]
I was moving from Northern California to Southern California and was doing the big 500 mile drive and thought – this is a great opportunity to do a geocaching road trip along the way to make it a bit more fun. This geocache blog post walks through how to make a pocket query for your [...]
I found this cool little FREE feature that lets you display stats about your geocache finds called It’s Not About The Numbers
It shows where have you geocached, what difficulty level etc…And you can tailor it to what you want to show (obviously the stuff that makes you look great!)
So here’s my geocaching statistics shared in [...]
Part of geocaching is to take something from the hide and to leave something in return. Many people set a Travel Bug to be able to follow where an item goes from hide to hide around the world. Think the new world version of that old “message in a bottle” trick you see in movies.