Mo pirate started geocaching in 2007 after being introduced to it by his wife, Sho me da cache, and has been hooked ever since. He has an impressive number of finds, but as he told Geocaching HQ, making and placing caches is what keeps him engaged with the game. Over the years he has created and hidden 390 geocaches that have collectively gathered over 3300 Favorite points.Continue reading →
As we look back on twenty years of geocaching history, we’ve decided to revisit some of our favorite Geocache of the Week candidates from years past. This week we’re looking all the way back to November 2015, when we featured Yangshuo – GE9 (GC32N82). Nine years after it was placed, this EarthCache is still educating adventurous cachers about erosion and the complexity of our ever-changing world.Continue reading →
The joke among geocachers is that our hobby uses multi-million dollar satellites to find tupperware in the woods. And it’s true! Launching a single satellite into space can cost anywhere between ten to four hundred million US Dollars. It’s common knowledge that we have access to this technology thanks to US President Bill Clinton, who famously “flipped the switch” on selective availability.
Twenty years later, most of us take GPS in our phones, our cars, or our computers for granted. So how do satellites, the cornerstone of our favorite game, actually work to help us find those tupperware?
Let’s find out!Continue reading →
These days it’s easier than ever to capture your best geocaching moments, thanks in part to smartphones, and of course the amazing geocaches out there. While adding photos to your geocaching logs is not a new idea, have you ever considered what else to do with those photos once you’ve earned your smiley? These photos are memories of your story-worthy geocaching moments, so why not make the most of them with these five tips!Continue reading →
As we look back on twenty years of geocaching history, we decided to revisit some of our favorite Geocaches of the Week from years past.
If you ever wanted to feel like a true spy while geocaching, book a trip to Maastricht in the Netherlands right now. Picture this, you’re in a Dutch city known as the birthplace of the European Union, European citizenship, and the single European currency, the euro. A cultural anchor, with a beautiful town square full of tourists, architecture, and restaurants – a perfect place to be hidden in plain sight.Continue reading →