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About Blog - Founded in 2000, Geocaching HQ is dedicated to inspiring and enabling discovery, exploration, and adventure through a unique combination of outdoor recreation and location-based technology.
San Diego, CA
About Blog - A world famous site packed with geocaching goodness. Find a podcast, articles, videos and more about high-tech treasure hunting.
About Blog - The GCPC is one of the oldest and most reliable geocaching podcasts around. Providing weekly episodes about our favorite outdoor activity. We are extremely excited to bring you valued tips, news, interviews and useful information each and every week. Our mission is to inform geocachers around the world about things happening in geocaching.
About Blog - The GeoSnippits Reboot Podcast is a tutorial show designed to educate and entertain geocachers of all experience levels. Giving advice and insights about our game, sport and obsession in ways only they can provide.
About Blog - THE GEOCACHING VLOGGER, a vlog that features our geocaching adventures as we find awesome geocache (s). This channel features unique geocaches, geocache spoilers (with cache owners permission), geocaching events, amazing locations, amazing hides, and some of the best geocaches we have found.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
About Blog - This blog is a chronicle of these obsessions: travel and geocaching. For the geocaching section, I look at everything from newbie tips to difficult challenges and ridiculous incidents that have happened while out caching, with a few interesting interviews thrown in for good measure! Geocaching brings me to little-known places in cities – those secret spots that locals would point you to go.
San Francisco, CA
About Blog - Geocaching is a worldwide scavenger hunt that uses a GPS or phone app with GPS. There are over 3 million active caches around the world. Some are as small as a dime, others are big enough to walk into, all of them provide a unique adventure. We invite you to share your stories, photos, and experiences!
About Blog - GPS Tracklog offers GPS reviews, news, tips, tricks and deals. We cover the auto, handheld and other segments of the industry, and offer regular hands on reviews of products by Garmin, TomTom, Magellan, DeLorme and others. Our Mission is to give you all the information you need to have fun and be productive with GPS.
About Blog - Lee, who caches as FireStars, hails from Cambridgeshire in the UK and with over 1700 finds has plenty of stories to tell. He is also in the very enviable position of owning geocaching.co.uk where he hosts his blogs, videos and useful geocaching info.
Dunedin, New Zealand
About Blog - New Zealand Geocacher and ranting blogger on It's Not About The Numbers. Check out the latest geo-news, product reviews and opinion pieces. Most hail from the United States, New Zealand, Australia and, more recently, Portugal – with representatives from Groundspeak, Geocaching Australia and Garmin regularly logging in.
About Blog - The Manitoba Geocaching Association Inc. (MBGA) strives to advance the sport of geocaching in the Province of Manitoba by encouraging fellowship amongst Manitoba geocachers through regular social activities; fostering geocaching etiquette and responsible stewardship of our public lands; raising public awareness and understanding of geocaching through effective use of media relations.
About Blog - You may be wondering who the Wisconsin Geocaching Association is and what this organization is all about. We are a group of fun-loving, enthusiastic, outdoor-minded people who like to geocache and we want to help others do the same. Some of us have been geocaching for a couple of years.
About Blog - Passionate about getting kids outdoors and connecting with nature. Sharing adventures of travel, camping, walking, exploring, geocaching and hopefully encouraging families to get outside. My big outdoor hobby is Geocaching, I find something strangely addictive about rummaging in bushes for Tupperware. I love the rush from finding a cache in an unusual or dangerous location. Blog By Clare.
About Blog - This blog was started to document the caches we found, where we found them and our experiences along the way. We live in the Berkshire/Surrey/Hampshire borders so most of our caches were in that area. We decided to continue geocaching – and blogging too – because geocaching has taken us to lots of interesting, unexpected places, and we made many new friends along the way.
About Blog - Martin lives in Sweden and caches under the name DS8300. He can lay claim to having cached in over 40 countries and enjoys travelling and adding to that list whenever he can. As of early 2014 he had found over 4000 caches and the split is almost 50 50 for those in Sweden and those abroad.Get weekly update on my geocaching activities.
North Dakota, USA
About Blog - Jangie is our geocaching name, a combination of our team members, Jon and Angie. We are North Dakota geocachers that love to explore the prairie. We aim to share our perspectives and tips to enhance your geocaching experience.
About Blog - Krista is from Surrey in the UK and maintains an enjoyable and funny blog called The Muminator and the geocaching adventures of her family will always have you giggling. At times in the past she admits to letting her caching obsession get the better of her and confesses that it has come very close to being grounds for divorce on at least one occasion.
About Blog - The story of a one geek's journey through life, the universe & you know the rest. My Geek Odyssey follows the adventures of an elementary school teacher as he tries to discover and embrace his inner geek, be that in the world of pop-culture, technology, geocaching, teaching, Mini Coopers, and whatever else he encounters along the way. Blog by Bruce Nelson.
About Blog - Follow the adventures of the Canadian geocaching and vlogging team "LANMonkey" as they explore the amazing Pacific Northwest & Western States & Provinces finding creative & fun geocaches and meeting interesting people along the way.
About Blog - Enjoying life one adventure at a time. A few years ago, my wife and I started Geocaching. It was then that we realized how much we enjoyed being in the outdoors, particularly Georgia State Parks. It wasn't long before we found the joy in hiking & more. Isn't about time that we started enjoying life and quit letting our business dictate our happiness.
About Blog - Thomfre and Heltinnen are two geocachers from Karmøy, a big island situated on the south western coast of Norway. Ever since discovering caching back in 2012 they have thrown themselves into the hobby with great dedication and enthusiasm. thomfre quickly became involved in the caching community and participates in organisations at the regional and national levelin Norway.
About Blog - This Blog is a mishmash of my geocaching adventures, some technical babble, plus the occasional whinge. Consider yourself suitably warned. Blog by Steve.
Fort Worth, Texas
About Blog - Lageek lives in Texas USA, where her day job as a middle school teacher keeps her extremely busy. Outside of work she loves to walk and geocache and her blog is a rich collection of well written accounts of her adventures.
About Blog - Mark and Donna are from Warickshire in the UK and cache under the name Delta68. Their blog is a fantastic collection of stories about their geocaching adventures. They have over 17,000 finds, are currently the top cachers in the UK for webcams, have attended every piratemania event and every uk mega event since 2008, one of only a handful of people to do this.
About Blog - OLdweeb lives and caches in the San Fernado Valley California USA and has been maintaining his blog for well over 7 years. His adventures are interesting, pithy and annotated with some truly breathtaking photographs.
About Blog - Barbara has been caching under the name StarSpotter since 2010. She lives in Somerset in the UK and loves caching with family and her trusty GeoHound Tara, who has an unfortunate aversion to mud. The articles on her blog are both interesting and well written and are accompanied by a good selection of photographs.
About Blog - Geocachers tend to be of two minds about puzzle caches ... you either love them or hate them. I love them, and am happy when I can solve any good puzzle (whether I can ever claim the smiley or not), so even archived ones will appear on this list. If you are a puzzle solver looking for practice solving interesting puzzles, or a cache owner looking for a new twist on a puzzle cache.
About Blog - This blog documents interesting things I come across whilst out and about, mainly caches, landmarks and fungi. It also features my musings of all things geocaching. My outdoor pursuits include geocaching, orienteering, waymarking and trigpointing.
About Blog - K who caches as Paisleykmt, hails from Washington in the USA. She lists amongst her loves Steam Punk, camping with her boyfirend in their VW Vannagon, 007, dirty martinis and, of course, geocaching. She details the camping and geocaching adventures on her blog in an interesting and engaging way.
About Blog - A blog about the adventures I have whilst finding geocaches. Don't worry, there are no spoilers as I wouldn't want to ruin the fun for anyone else. I go by the cacher name Miss Chief and I've been geocaching since 18th May 2014.
About Blog - This is the official blog page for two Hertfordshire Goocachers. The blog’s aim is to record our geocaching adventures. If you don’t know what Geocaching is, you are seriously missing out! Check out the official website and join us on a global treasure hunt.
About Blog - Louisiana Geocaching Organization is a social benefit organization promoting Geocaching and geolocation gaming in Louisiana. LGO aims to be the foremost unified society of geocachers in Louisiana, in order to keep geo-gaming relevant and modern, available as a vibrant family-oriented activity for present players and generations to come.
About Blog - Blog by Austin, and I have a passion for getting other people excited about history! For almost five years I have posted weekly videos on my "Historical Geocaching" YouTube channel of history museums and national parks that I have been privileged to visit - from the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento to the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument in St. Augustine!
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