How to Avoid Geocache Saturation

TweetI have recently been investigating some of the other alternative geocache listing sites such as opencaching.us and terracaching.com.  I even went so far as to list caches on those two sites plus geocaching.com in an attempt to gauge the popularity of those sites.  When placing these caches I wanted them to be fairly close together […]

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 […]