Opencaching.com Popular in Ontario

TweetI’ve been watching the growth of listing on opencaching.com quite closely.  The ability to upload hides makes it easy to add existing caches into the site.  When I looked at the map for Ontario I thought that maybe a lot of local cachers were taking advantage of this feature. I have written previously that cachers […]

Magellan Sets Its Course

TweetMy view of the launch of opencaching.com is that Garmin is using the site as a marketing vehicle.  Geocaching as a hobby is growing exponentially.  Garmin wants a larger share of that market.  The companies that I think should be most concerned about OC.com are the other hardware manufacturers.  The GPSr manufacturers are drawing up […]

When is Geocaching Free?

TweetFree is a relative word.  I had a GPS before I knew anything about geocaching.  It was with my second GPS and etrex Legend that I discovered geocaching.  I didn’t buy the etrex for geocaching it just worked out that I could use it for this new geocaching thing.  When I was doing that geocaching […]

Opencaching Poll

TweetGarmin has launched opencaching.com, what do you think? Use the poll options to the left in order to case your vote. teamvoyagrI have been writing the cachemania blog since 2008. I’m interested in the development of geocaching and the many ways that people play the game.More Posts – Website Follow Me: Related posts: Will you […]

Groundspeak Responds

TweetOver the last couple of weeks I’ve been having a telephone and email exchange with one of the co-founders of Groundspeak,  Bryan Roth, regarding the launch of opencaching.com.   I can’t expect Groundspeak to come out and say bad things about Garmin, why would they, I did feel it was important to get some perspective […]