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Tip of the Day 11/29:Drunken Bee Dance

In this week’s post for Geo-Jargon Monday,we’ll discuss the Drunken Bee Dance.

A Drunken Bee Dance is…

The movement of a geocacher,trying to pinpoint Ground Zero,chasing the directional arrow first in one direction and then in another. Drunken Bee Dances produce a zigzagging track log.

—————————- Thanks to Prime Suspect and his [...]

Tip of the Day 11/26:Puzzle caches —source code

Find It Friday is taking a turn for the puzzling the next few weeks. We’ve heard from a lot of cachers that they don’t even try puzzle caches because they just don’t know where to start. We’re here to help,as always! We found a great resource on the Geocaching NSW site and Darren Osborne [...]

Tip of the Day 11/24:Muggle Distractions —The Power of Invisibility

Occasionally you’ll run into the awkward situation of noticing bystanders staring at you while you’re geocaching with expressions that range from puzzled to hostile You really can’t blame them:Why would an otherwise grown-up man or woman spend 10 minutes poking around under rocks in an urban park in the middle of the day or [...]

Tip of the Day 11/23:Finding Caches Along a Route

One of the great advantages of premium membership on Geocaching.com is the ability to specify caches along a route. To do this,go to the “User Routes” option on your profile page and specify the beginning and end points of your travel. The system will generate a GPX file that you can load into your [...]

Tip of the Day 11/22:ATCF

In this week’s post for Geo-Jargon Monday,we’ll discuss ATCF.

ATCF means…

As The Crow Flies;point-to-point mileage,irrespective of roads or barriers. This is not a true point-to-point distance,as the distance calculated by a GPSr is actually measured using a mathematical model of the curvature of the Earth.

—————————- Thanks to Prime Suspect [...]

Tip of the Day 11/19:Puzzle caches —pictures

Find It Friday is taking a turn for the puzzling the next few weeks. We’ve heard from a lot of cachers that they don’t even try puzzle caches because they just don’t know where to start. We’re here to help,as always! We found a great resource on the Geocaching NSW site and Darren Osborne [...]

Tip of the Day 11/18:Choosing a GPSr —Tracks

In this post on Choosing a GPSr (GPS receiver),we’d like to explain why or why not you may consider using tracking.

Look for a unit that can store a breadcrumb trail of your path as you search. Not only is this useful when you’re trying to retrace your steps to find your car if [...]

Tip of the Day 11/17:Muggle Distractions —Clean Up The Joint

Occasionally you’ll run into the awkward situation of noticing bystanders staring at you while you’re geocaching with expressions that range from puzzled to hostile You really can’t blame them:Why would an otherwise grown-up man or woman spend 10 minutes poking around under rocks in an urban park in the middle of the day or [...]

Tip of the Day 11/16:The Future of Satellites

In our weekly Tech Tuesday tip,we tell you how to use technology to help you geocache.

The nation’s network of geostationary satellites,which is maintained by the U.S. Air Force,won’t last forever. New satellites must be regularly deployed to replace aging technology. As we were going to press,disturbing stories were emerging about [...]

Tip of the Day 11/12:Puzzle caches —other coordinate systems

Find It Friday is taking a turn for the puzzling the next few weeks. We’ve heard from a lot of cachers that they don’t even try puzzle caches because they just don’t know where to start. We’re here to help,as always! We found a great resource on the Geocaching NSW site and Darren Osborne [...]