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Pirates on the lookout: Introducing the Friend League

Hey ho! In a few days, carousers from every continent will get together to share geocaching tales at pirate geocaching events. Remember to log your will attend for one of these events on July 15 or 16!

Round up all your seaworthy raiders and get familiar with Geocaching.com’s newest feature: the Friend League.

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FAQs: The lost treasure of Mary Hyde

We have introduced you to the infamous Captain Mary Hyde, who ruled the high seas for many years, and found no shortage of riches throughout her reign.

We’ve come upon her letters, found in bottles on the shore near Geocaching HQ with instructions to join us for a swashbuckling geocaching adventure through daring feats and stormy seas.

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Planning a pirate event? Here lies some helpful ideas!

Avast me hearties! It’s time to plan, for the pirate events must be prepared before the geocachers land! The last day to submit events for July 15 and 16 is July 1, 2017 so start yer planning now so as not to miss out on all the fun!

There are really only three things every geocaching event needs in order to stand out: a theme, entertaining games, and geocachers! Follow some of the pirate themed ideas below and you’ll be leading the crew in no time, Cap’n!

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The lost treasure of Mary Hyde

Ahoy mates, the journey has begun. Join your crew on the Friend League and learn how you can find the lost treasure of Mary Hyde here.

Spanning the globe and the seven seas, we introduce you to the infamous Captain Mary Hyde. Her ship, The Golden Cache, was the fiercest, and the bearded buccaneers and sea legged sailors reported to her. Legend has it that she ruled the high seas for many years, and found no shortage of riches throughout her reign.

We’ve come upon a battered letter, found in a bottle on the shore near Geocaching HQ, with the infamous crest of Captain Mary Hyde. It seems there is one last treasure yet to be found.

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