Posts Tagged ‘ Geocaching Weekly Newsletter ’

Essentials for Your Geocaching Adventure

Essentials for Your Geocaching Adventure

The great explorers who charted the globe knew a thing or two about being prepared. They crafted a checklist of essentials before they even thought about leaving homeport. You’re now among the newest generation of explorers, but your checklist still needs the same essentials and a few brilliant new innovations (like bug spray). A...

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5 Sharable Tips for Logging Your Next Geocache

5 Sharable Tips for Logging Your Next Geocache

You find a geocache in an inspiring location, what log do you leave on the geocache page for the cache owner and other geocachers? Here are 5 quick ways to inspire your fellow geocachers with your next log entry. It’s easy to share too. Just forward this email to your fellow geocachers and watch...

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Geocaching International Film Festival – Call for Entries

Geocaching International Film Festival – Call for Entries

Enter Your Geocaching Video into GIFF Geocaching is ripe for one more acronym. Move aside BYOP* and TNLF** —get ready for GIFF. It’s the Geocaching International Film Festival. The finest videos from the global geocaching community will be showcased as part of the 2013 Geocaching Block Party in Seattle on August 17. You’re invited...

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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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