Geocaching Success While on Vacation

GC7B68E Trifecta of Influential Figures (Virtual) In June, we posted a blog about focused geocaching and how it is often important to consider this strategy during family vacations. This is a process we have been working on but, in the past, have faltered in its actual application. This time we got much closer and I … Continue reading Geocaching Success While on Vacation

Focused Geocaching for Family Vacations

Our next adventure is quickly approaching in the form of a family vacation to Hawaii. Ever the planner, Kristi has been openly constructing our itinerary for weeks. Planning is her thing primarily because she never wants any of us to miss out on anything but I would also say she is somewhat of a Type … Continue reading Focused Geocaching for Family Vacations

Geocaching is Good for Your Relationship

Most of you reading this blog know Kristi and I primarily from the geocaching world so it shouldn’t surprise you that this post is about geocaching but today it is also about relationships. We have recently taken on a new hobby, no that doesn’t really address it properly. We have recently taken on a new … Continue reading Geocaching is Good for Your Relationship

2016 Our Geocaching Year in Review

Just by the numbers, 2016 was a very successful year in geocaching for the Mafia family - 1172 geocache finds, 65 geocache hides (mostly hosted events). As we looked back through some of our geocaching accomplishments to write this blog post, we quickly realized that the numbers didn't tell the full story. We had a … Continue reading 2016 Our Geocaching Year in Review

Tips for Periscoping and geocaching

Many geocachers are now getting on board with periscope. It is very addictive and a great way to participate and communicate with geocachers all over the world. You can tune in to see geocachers you already know like Joshua the Geocaching Vlogger, Scott Berks from the Chicago Geocaching Podcast, or even crazy cachers and podcasters … Continue reading Tips for Periscoping and geocaching

Random acts of (Geocaching) Kindness

Geocaching has a great community of people that really enjoy the game and want to give back. Here in Colorado, we have a mysterious cacher that has been hiding Geocoins around the state and then quietly posting their coordinates on the state geocaching Facebook group. Of course, as soon as he/she does - the race … Continue reading Random acts of (Geocaching) Kindness