Do nanos suck?

TweetI was so amazed the first time I saw magnetic nano cache.   I remember it quite clearly.   I was in a parking lot parked in front of a sign.   Where could the cache be.   Turns out it was in the gap between the sign and the U shaped posed that held the […]

5 Mistakes I Made

TweetThe title says mistakes but that’s just because it’s easy to write.   The 5 mistakes I’m talking about are the five things I wish I started caching with instead learning as I went.   The other night I was out caching with Bakers Dozen and we were discussing head lamps.   During our conversation […]

Choosing a Headlamp

TweetI’ve been answering questions on a few threads lately so I decided to write a post about choosing a headlamp.   As with most of my technical posts these days they are being posted to the blog over at Cache At Night.   The gist of my post is that there is more to selecting […]

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 […]

Planned Outage at Geocaching.com

TweetI wonder if the planned outage for this Wednesday is related to the site responsiveness yesterday? From the geocaching.com website: Geocaching.com will be going offline temporarily for a site update on Tuesday, March 08, 2011 at approximately 11am PST (GMT -8). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. teamvoyagrI have been writing the cachemania […]