Geocache Listing Site Experiment

TweetPrior to the launch of Garmin’s opencaching.com site I thought I’d take a look at the three current contenders for geocache listing sites: geocaching.com, terracaching.com and opencaching.us. I created a cache unique for each listing site. The caches are reachable from the same parking location so you can do all three in one stop, assuming […]

Cache listed on Opencaching.us

TweetIn the last week I’ve written a few posts on Garmin’s opencaching.com initiative.  While doing some research I thought it would be interesting to post a couple of caches on the existing opencaching.us website.  The opencaching.TLD community is a little split on whether it is a good idea for Garmin to launch a commercial site […]

Unique Underwater Cache

TweetHere is a video I assembled from a visit to Leviathan Lurking.  I was out west to attend Geowoodstock VIII and visit family.  During a brief stay in Vancouver I was able to try this cache which I’d heard so much about.  The apparatus for this cache is quite complicated and will fail from time […]

Alternative to Wading Rivers

TweetI received this picture from a geocaching friend today.  Here in Ontario rivers run quite cold in the fall.  Upon getting close to a cache my friend realized that he’d have to cross a river to get to the cache.  There was supposed to be a bridge but it was gone.  Never fear the intrepid […]

BFL Countdown Begins

TweetThe 5th annual BFL Bootcamp event takes place on October 30th.  I’ve attended the previous three evenings, they are more than just the event.  This year will be the first year that I am placing  a cache for the event. I’m building my cache with Bakers Dozen.  We seem to have most of the physical […]