TweetI love the kind of places geocaching takes you to “SlabyFam” – Peru http://flic.kr/p/7LrGtV 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.
TweetA group of Toronto Area Geocachers went on a bit of a road trip this past weekend. There goal was to reach several specific terrain/difficulty caches to complete 81 Proof. As part of their trip they encountered and obsticle. Emzernask came prepared. teamvoyagrI have been writing the cachemania blog since 2008. I’m interested in the [...]
TweetThe new Grand River Conservation authority geocaching policy is fairly straightforward and doesn’t differ substantially from other policies in this part of the province. Here are some highlights from the new GRCA Geocaching Policy: Cacher must complete the “Cache Information Form” No specified limit to the number of caches in an area, limit to be [...]
TweetI heard from my contact at the Grand River Conservation Authority today. Their Geocaching Policy has been approved. I should have a copy of the policy later today. I will post it when I receive it. I don’t know if this will apply retroactively. teamvoyagrI have been writing the cachemania blog since 2008. I’m [...]
TweetI found a link in a newsletter I receive to an article about Confluence Hunting. This isn’t exactly geocaching but it’s something you can do while you are geocaching. The idea is that you find the confluence of a latitude and longitude. Unfortunately for our American friends most of their confluences have been found. Ontario [...]