Accessibility while geocaching — interview with tribble_eater

Geocachers come from very different backgrounds and have their own set of differences. We met up with a geocacher, Tiffany (tribble_eater), to geocache with her and learn some valuable information about what it’s like to geocache with a wheelchair and tips on how cache owners can make simple updates to accommodate all geocachers better.

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Meet your community volunteers—puzzles, baked goods, and caves, oh my!

It’s a well-known fact that geocaching is a community-based game. After all, what would the game be without creative cache owners and the engaged cachers who log their finds?

Another vital aspect of the game is the collection of geocaching community volunteers that dedicate their time, passion and talent to support the worldwide geocaching community. Continue reading →

Everything’s bigger in Texas—especially geocaching: an interview with Bigguy In Texas

Geocacher Bigguy In Texas may not be exactly who you expect when you hear her username. For one thing, she’s not a guy! Her username certainly reflects her big presence in the Texas geocaching community, though. With over 1,500 geocaches hidden and 133 Events hosted, Texas geocachers know her well.

Since 2022 is the Year of the Hide, we got in touch with Bigguy In Texas to discuss all things geocaching. Read on to learn how she got her username, her experience with the game, and advice for new cache hiders:

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