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Geocaches - Are there different types of them? In this blog we will be answering the question "Are there different types of Geocaches?". The simple answer is yes, there are quite a few different types of Geocaches, we will list them and also explain them so you can understand what they mean. Traditional Geocache.

All is Vanity - 10/13/18 I spotted this picture in a video I watched the other day, and was intrigued. Lest you think I'm a little early for Halloween, look a little closer. The title of the picture is "All is Vanity," so I was inspired to find this Illinois puzzle to go with it: P.S.

Why You and Your Friends Should Give Geocaching a Chance Geocaching is essentially a scavenger hunt, and it rewards participants through hidden treasures, exercise and discovery.

The Cave - Geocache of the Week Transport yourself to the most exquisite beach you can imagine. It's sunny, warm, and there's even a remote cave. Now imagine there's a geocache there, too. This is no dream. This is "The Cave" in Faro, Portugal, our Geocache of the Week. Portugal is one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

Nor-Way to Go! Episodes 3 & 4 of Geocaching Adventures It's time to share our insider info on Geocaching Adventures Season 1 - Episodes 3 and 4 from artful Oslo, Norway.In case you've missed those episodes, you can watch them here!

5 reasons to keep geocaching as the seasons change When you think of geocaching, two options often come to mind: a summer activity or something to do while traveling…in summer.

International EarthCache celebration for 2018 Get ready to rock - International EarthCache celebration rolls during October. On Saturday, October 13, and Sunday, October 14, 2018, earn a new souvenir by getting outside, finding and then logging an EarthCache! EarthCaches don't have physical containers, but instead, bring you to a unique location and teach you a geological science lesson.

Apples! - 10/6/18 Today's puzzle takes us to Michigan. One of the best things about upstate New York in the Fall is apple season. I've got a new little quilt up on the wall, and I'll be making a trip to the Cornell Apple Store this weekend.

Geocache For Beginners: A Guide to Start Geocaching Geocaching for beginners is a fun way to spend time with friends. Setting things up for geocachers of various skill levels can be a challenge in and of itself.

Geocache With Toddlers: Ideas for Fun Geocaching Party It's a great activity for everyone involved. Sure the toddlers might not get the whole GPS navigation aspect, but they sure enjoy the hunt. Ever hunted for Easter eggs? It's a good time for both the adults and kids. Here are a few geocache hiding ideas for your party.

A trip to the Brecon Beacons The school holidays and a road trip planned for me and the kids. A plan to visit the Brecon Beacons, an area we've never visited before. The scenery much less dramatic than North Wales, but it's easy to fall for its gentle rolling landscape and green charm.

Geocaching can enhance family research 17, Michael and Bonnie Rennels will present "I See Dead People… caching in Cemeteries" at the Oklahoma Home and Community Education Genealogy Group meeting. The couple are both retired computer programmers who met on the job at the Hertz Data Center in 1999 and married in 2001.

7 Things You'll Know if You've Done a Geocaching Streak - The Geocaching Junkie In case you're wondering what a geocaching streak is, I should start by assuring you that it has nothing to do with geocaching in your birthday suit. If you were hoping for some geo-nudity, you may not find what you seek by reading on, though this blog post about nude geocaching might be more your cup of tea.

Magic Wand - Geocache of the Week Have you ever wished for a magic wand that could solve all of your problems with just a wave? While wielding this power in everyday life may only exist in fairy tales, you can experience the next best thing. Visit this Multi-Cache where your wish for a "magic" wand comes true to reveal the smiley for this Geocache of the Week!

Niagara Falls…Slowwwly I Turned… Niagara Falls…Slowwwly I turned, step by step, inch by inch… Who else remembers the 'Slowly I Turned' routine from The Three Stooges? The general gist of the routine is that Moe is telling Curly the story about how Larry stole Moe's girl and then lead Moe on a cross country chase until Moe finally caught up to them in Niagara Falls.

Geocaching enthusiasts discover hidden drugs in Angus Treasure hunters using GPS co-ordinates discovered heroin worth £24,000 hidden in a wall.

Drug dealer's forgotten heroin stash found by online gamers A drug dealer's forgotten stash sat hidden in a dry stone dyke "for years" until it was accidentally found by enthusiasts playing a worldwide online game, a court heard today.

Ten wonderful Cache In Trash Out 2018 moments from around the world From September 15 through September 23, over ten thousand geocachers participated in 2018's worldwide Cache In Trash Out Events. Let's take a moment to do just a tiny bit of eco-math, shall we? If everyone picked up just one bag of garbage, each weighing 20 pounds, that means a whopping 200,000 pounds of rubbish were gathered from Mother Earth.

Lake Michigan: A Last Summer Hurrah! Our open itinerary means we could tick off some personal goals including caching in the last three lower Michigan counties we needed. Chief Noonday is in the middle of farmland north of Richland. Afterwards we headed south through Kalamazoo to enjoy the newest geocaching Virtuals, most of which were located in cemeteries.

München-Venedig / Munich-Venice / Monaco-Venezia - Geocache of the Week Geocaching comes in many forms and shapes. Sometimes it is a quick park and grab, sometimes it is a nice hike through the forest, and sometimes it comes in the form of a 28 stage Multi-Cache that takes you on a trek across three countries.

Three Quick Tips for Successful Geocaching Perfecting your geocaching treasure-hunting technique takes practice. The best kind of practice is simply to geocache more. Here are three quick tips that can help add more joy to geocaching for new cachers and those who have a few finds under their belts.

You might be a Caching Connoisseur if… Introducing the next challenge in our four month series "You might be a geocacher if…" From October 1 at noon UTC through October 29 at noon UTC, use the Friend League to individually earn points towards the "Caching Connoisseur" souvenir. Keep reading to learn October's challenge below!

September 23 : Sandhurst to Sandhurst : East Garston to Boxford We had great plans for this stretch of our Sandhurst to Sandhurst walk. There were loads of caches to find, lots of standard caches, several multis, a puzzle or two and a three location Earthcache to complete. Plans. As the weekend drew nearer, it became obvious it was going to be a wet one.

Geocaching: A treasure hunt for the turn of the century Software, videos, books, money, a slingshot and a can of beans. Five years later, the father and daughter from Bothell are still geocaching together. Most recently, they found time to hunt for treasure in Mill Creek.

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