Posts Tagged ‘ Geocachers Care ’

Finding Health and Good Habits with Geocaching

Finding Health and Good Habits with Geocaching

Earlier this month we received an email from a geocacher named Karen. In her email, she described how geocaching has completely turned her and her husband’s lives around with more exercise, lower blood pressure and a slimmer waist line. Then, her husband, Mike, sent an email to elaborate on their story. We love reading...

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The Very First – First to Find

The Very First – First to Find

Sometimes a find leads to this Let’s set the scene. You’ve heard a few friends talk about this thing called “geocaching” and you fancy you might be pretty good at it. After all, you are fairly certain that your uncanny ability to locate lost car keys must mean that you have pirate’s blood coursing...

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What a Red Geocaching Wrench Means to You

What a Red Geocaching Wrench Means to You

Geocache Maintenance in Two Acts Each “Needs Maintenance” request has two acts. One act delivers a red wrench, the other act takes that red wrench away. A red wrench attribute on a geocache page means the geocache most likely needs maintenance. The geocache container could be cracked, the log book could be full or...

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Texas Challenge XI: A Taste of Southern Hospitality

Texas Challenge XI: A Taste of Southern Hospitality

Adela (left) and Texas Geocaching Association President, De Editor’s note: Geocaching HQ staff are joining geocachers at Mega-Events around the world to celebrate and share the adventure of geocaching. Adela Bahtijaragic, a.k.a. DellaBell, attended Texas Challenge XI (GCW8GT) in Port Aransas, Texas, USA in April. Adela has been on Geocaching HQ’s marketing team since 2012. This is Adela’s...

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Announcing the March 2013 Geocacher of the Month

Announcing the March 2013 Geocacher of the Month

WVTim – Featured Geocacher of the Month All three nominees for the March Geocacher of the Month contribute to the global geocaching communityby creating quality geocaches and being an inspiration to geocachers. Thank you to all those who supported the nominees. Those not chosen as the featured Geocacher of the Month will receive a...

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Behind the Scenes of the PodCacher Podcast

Behind the Scenes of the PodCacher Podcast

Team PodCacher By Sonny & Sandy, Gorillas, a wild-west jail, a Halloween...

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Same Spot, Same Container, 10 Years Later

Same Spot, Same Container, 10 Years Later

Located in Louisiana, USA. Still active in 2013 Geocaching is more than an adventure that takes you to new locations. It’s a growing record of specific locations. Currently geocachers can navigate to more than 2 million active geocaches around the globe. Every time you find a geocache it’s like making an entry into the...

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A Mother and Son Geocaching Bond

A Mother and Son Geocaching Bond

Brian and Peggy on a geocache run The post on the Geocaching Facebook page started with “My 28 yr old son (who has Down Syndrome) is my best geo-buddy!” The post from Peggy Caton, PeGC56, instantly struck the heart of geocaching buddies sharing an adventure. They search for ‘hidden-treasure’ only find the real treasure right...

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Announcing the February Featured Geocacher of the Month

Announcing the February Featured Geocacher of the Month

louwtjievdw: Featured Geocacher of the Month for February All three nominees for the February Geocacher of the Month show us the meaning of geocaching ambassadors. They welcome new community members, hide and maintain clever geocaches, and are rewarded with  hundreds of Favorite Points. Thank you to all those who supported the nominees. Those not...

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What 2 Million Active Geocaches Means to Me

What 2 Million Active Geocaches Means to Me

Two million active geocaches is a big deal. But at the end of the day, two million active geocaches is a number. It’s hard to even imagine. Here’s a little perspective on the magnitude of two million. It takes you more than four months to blink two million times. About two million babies will...

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