In our weekly Tech Tuesday tip,we tell you how to use technology to help you geocache.
Geotagging is a great way to associate the pictures you take with the places you’ve been. It’s also a good way to show other geocachers what scenery to expect when they go after a cache. Photo sharing services [...]
KCEPenn talks about the Warren,PA area where GeoWoodstock 9 will be held on July 2,2011. The Allegheny Forest area has tons of great caches of all types that are sure to please all kinds of geocachers.
Alamogul and nvsrvyr talk about their 900-find powercaching day in Nevada and also about their favorite adventure caches.
Digitalfish came up to our booth at GeoWoodstock VIII and we got him talking about how much work labeling and packaging the little fish actually is. But,he says,it’s worth it when he reads all the letters and logs.
Night-Rangers’story illustrates how geocaching is all about fun. And avoiding brambles!
Plantdude bumps into cachers he met a week before several hundred miles away.
We caught up with Psychly and Trekly at GeoWoodstock VIII and asked them about their geocaching wedding.
At Geowoodstock VII in 2009,we had the good fortune to run into the Campbell family from Spokane,WA (and now also Denton,TX) in a lunch line. We had a great time talking to them,and we loved their clever geocaching handles. The first photo below,which ran on page 25 of The Joy [...]
We had so much fun at GeoWoodstock VIII today in Carnation,WA. Enjoy our pix! Videos coming soon…
We’re off to Washington state tomorrow for GeoWoodstock VIII,which promises to be a fun-filled and busy weekend! Our booth on Saturday is going to be situated between Remlinger’s Farms’booth and Clear’s booth,so look for us and come by to say hello!
At our booth,we’ll be selling and personalizing copies of [...]