Archive for CSG Podcasts

CSG Show #36 -TwoCs- Weigh yourself flash mob event

| July 18, 2010 | 1 Comments

Remember to check out the website for additional blogs and articles from Art and Karen. Your subscribing adds to the support of this podcast, and allows us to continue to bring all that is geocaching to you. Today,  Art and Karen venture north to Issac Walton Park in Longmont, CO to attend a different type […]

CSG Show #35 – Art gets a job

| July 13, 2010 | 1 Comments

Art gets a job after a two month layoff.  Come celebrate with him and Karen. Flickr Photo set Tracking evasive species of plants for CSU GPS sends woman in labor to wrong hospital My Geocaching Profile – statistics builder from your finds pocket query its not about the numbers has folded Art and Karen invade […]

CSG Show #34 – Happy Father’s Day

| June 20, 2010 | 1 Comments

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 The podcast is now listed on the Navicache website, thanks to Dudley Grunt. will increased solar activity put GPS satellites at risk A different type of flash mob event on […]

CSG Show #33 – Video of 10 Years! Greeley, Co event

| May 22, 2010 | 0 Comments

Art and Karen take a trip to Greeley to celebrate 10 years of geocaching.  We met many cachers and what had to be the biggest, heaviest travel bug we have ever seen. Centennial State Geocaching by Mrs Beasley Omnimedia is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License. Based on a work at […]

CSG Show #32 – The next ten years

| May 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

Art and Karen celebrate 10 Years! in Greeley Flickr Photo Set Welcome to the Colorado Springs Geocaching Examiner Whibbit now available for alpha testing Improved map controls for Garmin Handhelds Geocaching and your Scouting Program course in Denver Garmin to introduce android based phone for T-Mobile users GPS games Geodashing 10 Years! pictures on Flickr […]

CSG Show #31 – terracaching and navicaching

| April 14, 2010 | 3 Comments

Art and Karen review two geocaching sites that are not getting the attention they deserve. Welcome new listeners from New Zealand Listener feedback Water cooler question for next show – what one piece of advice would you give a new cacher? BSA geocaching Merit badge – feedback Final official BSA geocaching merit badge requirements issued […]

CSG Show #30 – Thoughts on the Geocaching Merit Badge

| March 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

Art and Karen review the new Geocaching Merit Badge and uncover that the merit badge may be lacking. New listeners from Czech Republic Pocket query limit up to 1000 by May Groundspeak introduces social networking program – Whibbit Introduction to geocaching video on website Active caches cross the one million mark Jeremy Irish’s thoughts […]

CSG Show #29 – Hazards of Geocaching – Artillery Shells

| March 8, 2010 | 0 Comments

If there weren’t enough problems, geocachers in Golden and Lakewood now need to look out for remains of a military exercise. Welcome listeners from Belgium, India, Japan, Hong Kong, France, South Korea, and Sweden Around the Water Cooler – follow up on Cache machines New discussion – have you ever provided feedback to a owner […]

CSG Show #28 – But the GPS said to go that way

| February 14, 2010 | 1 Comments

Recording on a snowy Valentine’s Day.  Cuddle up with your significant other and enjoy the show. We also kick off our third year of providing you the information you need to make your geocaching experience the best. Geocaching 101 – How to rate a geocache Google maps Street view catches a geocacher logging a find […]

CSG Show #27 – Spuds MacKenzie

| February 7, 2010 | 1 Comments

Art has a flashback to the 1980’s as he talks about the super party animal Spuds MacKenzie. New website is live – if you are using an rss reader to download this podcast, please resubscribe. Karen is now the Arvada Budget Living Examiner Geocaching 101-trackables New website – Travelbug Rescue Groundspeak download terms of service […]