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 of a cache you have found?

Milestone from cpine – geocoin makes its goal

Garmin discontinues many older GPS models

125 Years of TOPO mapping at the USGS

Geocache thief caught in Rome, NY

Pinewood Derby car race to National Jamboree

Examiner article on Pinewood Derby

Groundspeak open house on July 4th

Forest service proposing ban on geocaching and metal detectors in national forests

Premier issue of FTF magazine is now online

Review of magazine from Geonarcissa

Star Spangled Banner Geotrail Friends of Chesapeake Gateways

Examiner article on artillery shells on Green Mountain

April Family Circle magazine article on geocaching.

Cachers of the Roundtable on ISS

Geocaches in Space (or other planets/spacecraft)

We do allow cache listings in outer space such as in the International Space Station or on Mars. Make sure you can land or connect to the space station/planet for it to be acceptable as a listing. Keep in mind, however, that due to the saturation guideline you can’t place another cache on the ISS since one is already listed there.

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