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EarthCaching FUNdamentals - Valdez

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Hidden : Thursday, April 15, 2010
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

Meet fellow cachers and learn about EarthCaching FUNdamentals
from experienced cachers on Thursday, April 15, at 7:00 p.m., at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 357 Pioneer Drive, Valdez.  Many thanks to StoweAK for hosting this event!


Please bring your favorite nonalcoholic beverage and dessert to share with your fellow cachers.


Please add a "Will Attend" log to this page if you plan on attending so enough hard copy handouts can be printed.

There will be a free-will offering cache container at the event to help defray the costs of hosting these FUNdamentals events.

Discover what sets apart EarthCaches from among the rest of what geocaching offers. Participate in an analysis of this cache type’s uniqueness, and learn how to develop and publish an EarthCache of your own. The event will be hosted in Anchorage and transmitted to remote locations in Homer, Wasilla, Valdez, and Soldotna via WebEx.  Place a watch on this event page to stay appraised of the final details.

There will be a free-will offering cache container at the event to help defray the costs of hosting these FUNdamentals events.

Discover what sets apart EarthCaches from among the rest of what geocaching offers. Participate in an analysis of this cache type’s uniqueness, and learn how to develop and publish an EarthCache of your own. The event will be hosted in Anchorage and transmitted to remote locations in Homer, Wasilla, Valdez, and Soldotna via WebEx.  Place a watch on this event page to stay appraised of the final details.

Platinum Pin NorthWes (Platinum EarthCache Master) will present EarthCaching FUNdamentals in a fast-paced PowerPoint presentation.  Course content will not exceed thirty minutes with time at the end for questions and answers.  The presentation will cover:




  1. What sets apart EarthCaches from the rest of the type of caches I hunt?
  2. Logging your EarthCache experience (it's a journey of discovery with a test…)
  3. Suggested log content – including those pesky photo requirements
  4. Discover why National Parks have adopted EarthCaching on park lands
  5. Concrete step by step illustration of how to submit an EarthCache
  6. Where to go for more information


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