Posts Tagged ‘ Groundspeak’s 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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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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There’s No Place Like Home (Coordinates)

There’s No Place Like Home (Coordinates)

Customize Your Geocaching Experience with your Location If you’re seeing new nearby geocaches and nearby Event Caches listed below, you’re already a geocaching mastermind. You know that by pinpointing your location in your profile, the Weekly Mailer becomes your personal geocaching assistant. If you’re not seeing new nearby geocaches or Event Caches, simply go...

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Geocaching, the Gift of Friendship

Geocaching, the Gift of Friendship

Share Geocaching: Build a Friendship Geocaching with Friends = Better It’s time to pack along more than just your phone or GPS device on your next geocaching adventure, bring a friend along too. Geocaching is best shared with others. It’s also easiest to explain geocaching when you’re actually out in the field searching. Looking...

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5 Tips to Achieve Geocaching Stardom

5 Tips to Achieve Geocaching Stardom

Rock Star move at a Geocache The basics of geocaching are inspiring in their simplicity. A geocacher hides a geocache and challenges others to find it. That’s it. And it’s easy to unlock the joy of geocaching when you discover clever hides and share the adventure with good friends. Becoming a great geocacher is...

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Announcing the 2013 Cache In Trash Out Weekend

Announcing the 2013 Cache In Trash Out Weekend

Cache In Trash Out Weekend We hear it all the time, “Geocachers are the nicest people!” It’s a wonderful compliment that good-hearted geocachers have earned for over a decade. Cache In Trash Out (CITO) weekend is just another example of geocachers giving back. Since 2002, tens of thousands of geocachers have cleaned up parks, trails and...

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Announcing the 2013 Cache In Trash Out Weekend

Announcing the 2013 Cache In Trash Out Weekend

Cache In Trash Out Weekend We hear it all the time, “Geocachers are the nicest people!” It’s a wonderful compliment that good-hearted geocachers have earned for over a decade. Cache In Trash Out (CITO) weekend is just another example of geocachers giving back. Since 2002, tens of thousands of geocachers have cleaned up parks, trails and...

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Geocaching Unlocks the Secrets of the Earth – Geocaching Weekly Newsletter

Geocaching Unlocks the Secrets of the Earth – Geocaching Weekly Newsletter

Happy Birthday EarthCaching The world’s first EarthCache just turned nine. EarthCache I in Australia was created on January 10, 2004 and EarthCaching has been growing up ever since. There are now more than 14,000 active EarthCaches around the globe. Instead of a physical container, EarthCaches use unique geological features as the “find.” Geocachers must...

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Geocaching Unlocks the Secrets of the Earth – Geocaching Weekly Newsletter

Geocaching Unlocks the Secrets of the Earth – Geocaching Weekly Newsletter

Happy Birthday EarthCaching The world’s first EarthCache just turned nine. EarthCache I in Australia was created on January 10, 2004 and EarthCaching has been growing up ever since. There are now more than 14,000 active EarthCaches around the globe. Instead of a physical container, EarthCaches use unique geological features as the “find.” Geocachers must...

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Celebrate the Geocaching Community’s Volunteers

Celebrate the Geocaching Community’s Volunteers

The Global Geocaching Community Volunteers Volunteers help define your geocaching experience. Volunteers offer their advice and guidance to geocache owners and help set the tone of the game. The volunteers number in the hundreds, speak dozens of languages, and most all love geocaching and the global community it creates. Find out more about the geocaching...

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