Opencaching.com Really Is Open

TweetI wrote last week that goecache placement saturation could be a problem as more geocache listing sites enter the market.  After posting this I received a cryptic message from a contact at Garmin that indicated I would like what I see when the site is launched. Now that the site is live I know what […]

Garmin Makes it Official

TweetIt was confirmed to me last week that Garmin was going to launch a cache listing site.  After much anticipation Garming makes it official and launched opencaching.com today.  It will take a little while to analyze the site as I did not have advance access.  Im sure that if you are interested in this site […]

Opencaching.com Launched

TweetThere has been no public announcement but you can now get to the operational opencaching.com 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: Do we need opencaching.com? Garmin Not Very Open […]

Garmin Continues to Mess With Us

TweetThe latest slogan on opencaching.com is: How Awesome is Your Cache?  What does this mean I wonder.  Could it be that their site will offer a rating system for caches?  I don’t think it will but we will have to wait and see. In addition to the slogan changing so has the primary image.  The […]

25% Growth in Cache Listings

TweetHave you noticed a lot of power trails lately?  Or maybe you are finding caches everywhere including the ever so delightful guardrail cache?  You are not imagining an increase in geocaches, there has indeed been tremendous growth in cache placement in the last year. According to Groundspeaks history of geocaching.com it took the site from […]