Hazards of geocaching: kidnapping. from Art at examiner.com
Geocaching flash mob event July 17. from Art at examiner.com
Happy Father’s Day to all our dads our there. Catching up on geocaching.
Welcome to our listeners from Russia, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and South Africa
Why having the right permission to place a cache is important – Magness Cache GC266PV
Are you going to Geowoodstock? File a report on our listener line 720.279.4365
Follow-up on Garmin Basecamp and BirdsEye mapping
New trackable inventory feature on website – prevents accidental dropping or grabbing of travel items that are in your personal collection. Allows for discovery and note writing on logs.
Cache listing now shows a check mark next to the ‘log your visit’ link if you have a log note.
Lost and Found – allows nomination of logs on a cache by clicking on view log and then nominate.
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Hazards of Geocaching: wildfires. from Art at examiner.com
Geocaching: When your travel item will not move. By Art at Examiner.com
Hazards of geocaching: flooding. from Art at examiner.com
Geocaching glossary: what do all those terms mean? part three. By Art via examiner.com
Geocaching glossary: what do all those terms mean? part two. From Art at examiner.com
Geocaching glossary: what do all those terms mean part one. Article from Art at examiner.com
Hazards of geocaching: rattlesnakes. Article by Art on Examiner.com