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Geocaching Events for August 2014

I’m a little nostalgic for the old days when summer actually lasted until September… but for many families August marks the start of school (for some July).  As many people head home let’s hope for some more exciting caching events. … Continue reading

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New Geocaching Event Guidelines

I pulled this wonderful synopsis of the new guidelines from a post the Hoosier Reviewer had made and decided (since I was home due to “extreme cold weather”) I’d share it with all of you! The geocaching guidelines for events … Continue reading

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ook! The Wibbly Wobbly 31 days of Geocaching.

ook! Groundspeak announced that August was going to be the “31 days of Geocaching” or some other clever marketing tagline to get people excited. It seems that every day you log a cache you get a special souvenir for the … Continue reading

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Smartphone Caching- Some thoughts…

Cecil would probably rant about this topic because as more experienced, aka “older,” cachers have discovered there is something about people using their smartphones to cache that has led to some grumpiness in geocaching community.  I hear it at events … Continue reading

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Have Challenges become the Poor Man’s Puzzle?

ook!  I have floated this comment out to a few groups (that don’t always yell at me) and decided to post this moderate rant here.  As I talk with the people in charge of the upkeep of they comment … Continue reading

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Charge up your GPSr: 31 new Souvenirs to be released in August!

If you haven’t already heard, Groundspeak will be releasing a new virtual souvenir for each day of the month of August! So, just go out and find a cache and get a shiny new souvenir – cool huh? What, you … Continue reading

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Cache Ownership Your Right and your Responsibility

I thought I would open up the discussion dealing with cache ownership. So many people start off geocaching and after finding one or two caches decide that they know the perfect spot and then try to place one, not understanding … Continue reading

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A Numbers Run – A Tale of Terror

I may be overly dramatic but as ProfessorZoom, Cecil and I headed out yesterday to cache for the day we had set ourselves two goals – first to complete the Back Home Again series (if you have not seen this … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding & Geocaching

I get on this kick every once in a while when it comes to “crowdfunding” so I thought I would share a bit here and how it relates to Geocaching. Crowdfunding for those of you who might not know about … Continue reading

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2012 – the Year in Review

As we close out of 2012, it’s clear this was a rather busy year in Indiana, while I’m sure we will miss something, such is the way of these kind of year end posts. GeoWoodstock X- Memorial Day Weekend brought … Continue reading

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