Archive for the geocaching Tag

Garmin launches OpenCaching community

Garmin launches OpenCaching community, pushes caching closer to the mainstream — Engadget The GPS maker has just opened up a new online community at OpenCaching.com, hailed “a completely free online community for creating, sharing and finding geocaches around the world.” The site even lets users rank the ‘Awesomeness’ in addition to size, terrain and difficulty, and while it’s obviously hosted
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Jeep Geocaching Video Game

Tucked away on the Jeep website is a free geocaching video game named “Jeep Geocache Challenge”. You can explore five different areas in your All New 2008 Jeep Liberty Limited, 2007 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited, or a 2007 Jeep Commander Limited. Hop out of your Jeep vehicle at any time to access hard-to-reach areas on foot.
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Geocaching Log Sheets for 35mm Film Canisters

I have added a couple new geocache log sheets for 35mm film canisters. This has been one of the most requested size log sheets, so here it is. This log sheet is 1.5 inches (3.81cm) wide and should fit in a variety of film canisters. It is available with either a color or black Geocaching.com logo. This log sheet features
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TechBlazer’s 300th Find

Last week the family and I logged GC1B0Z7 – Alabama Music Hall Of Fame for our 300th find. You may have noticed Holly holding a new member to our geocaching crew. That’s Andrew Carter Elam. He born on April 25, 2008 in Florence, Alabama. For more pictures of Andrew visit Holly’s blog – FabricMom.com. A big part of our success
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First to Find – GC1DGWE Hall Memorial Garden

This morning I got my 10th First to Find (FTF) while on the way to work. The cache was GC1DGWE Hall Memorial Garden by Rubicon Cacher. This geocache log sheet looks familar. This is the second time I’ve got to sign a TechBlazer Geocache Log Sheet in a cache. Download geocache log sheets here.

Geocache Terms, Lingo, and Definitions

When I first started geocaching it was almost like learning a new language. There were terms like “muggle”, “FTF”, and “TFTC” scattered all over geocaching log entries and descriptions. As time passed, I slowly picked up the lingo and began to understand the geocache slang, abbreviations, and acronyms. Most of these terms have now become a part of my natural
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Create A Geocache Travel Bug Instruction Sheet

Here is handy web page that lets you create your own geocache travel bug instruction sheet for free. Simply fill out the online form and print it out. Have you had a Travel Bug disappear because someone found it and didn’t know what to do with it? Are you planning to send a new Travel Bug out into the world
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Go Geocaching for a Cheap Date

Looking for some ideas for a cheap and fun date? Try Geocaching! Veronica Belmont of Mahalo Daily shows some super fun, really easy, and totally inexpensive date ideas. Check out the video below. Check out other ideas for a cheap date at Mahalo.com. Get more info and start geocaching today at Geocaching.com.

Thanks for the Comments, Keep them Coming

It’s amazing how the older you get the faster time seems to pass by. The past three months have really kept me busy. So busy that I’m several episodes behind on my favorite geocaching podcast, the PodCacher Podcast. However, I did listen to Show 152.0: On the hunt for Love where my geocache log sheets are mentioned. I have managed
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Happy Geocaching New Year 2008

What better way to start the new year off than with family, friends, and geocaching. Last year on New Year’s Day the boys and I got a Happy New Year FTF. No such luck today, but we did manage to find 3 geocaches to start off the new year. We hope to make this a New Year’s Day tradition, however,
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