How To Use FireTacks

TweetI have posted a FireTacks Usage Tutorial over on the Cache At Night blog.  It seemed to make more sense  to post it there.  The tutorial offers tips on where to place FireTacks.  Of special note is the safe implications of taking people of the trail using FireTacks. teamvoyagrI have been writing the cachemania blog […]

Opencaching on other Platforms

TweetWhen opencaching.com was launched I figured it was a way for Garmin to create demand for their GPS receivers.  Today’s announcement of iPhone and Android apps for opencaching leave me wondering what Garmin is up to.   Gregory over at Toronto Geocaching has posted a first look at the opencaching application.  The app looks good […]

Virtuals Come to Opencaching.com

TweetI haven’t been caching long enough to remember virtual caches.  I’ve talked to some folks who have and there are mixed feelings about this type of cache.   The geocaching community does seem to be excited about them though.   Opencaching.com has introduced them virtual caches to their site. It may be easier for opencaching.com […]

Finding Kid Friendly Caches

TweetBased on the calendar Spring is here. It hasn’t felt that way for the last week! Now that summer is approaching more people are getting outside to enjoy some geocaching. I’ve personally introduced caching to a few families and have others contact me by email. How do you introduce someone to geocaching? For most of […]

Something Different

TweetYes you’ve reached CacheMania. I’m trying out a new theme. What do you think? 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: No related posts.