Periscope, for those of you who have yet to give in to your voyeuristic urges, is a platform for broadcasting anything you want live on the internet. Their official tagline is "Explore the world through someone else's eyes." Put simply - you can broadcast from anywhere you have a signal and people can interact by making … Continue reading Geocaching on Periscope – yay or nay?
Placing geocaches requires permission. I know that's the dirty little topic that none of us want to talk about, but... If you hide geocaches, do you get permission for every cache you hide? I will freely admit that we did not when we started. We made the assumption that if there was a geocache nearby, ours … Continue reading Permission for placing geocaches
This week's video is by a cacher that seems to combine his love for geocaching with his love for history. Here is a quick video to sample his work. As always if you like it jump over to his Youtube channel, Historical Geocaching, and subscribe or leave him a comment.
Yes, CITOs are successful anytime they occur in the respect that we as geocachers get a chance to give back to the community. In this case we did that cleaning up a state park soon after 4th of July. I could be calling this one successful because this is the first CITO, we have hosted a … Continue reading Our CITO was successful
Friday Night Videos continues... In continuing to promote some of the geocachers that are making videos, here is one about a group finding a Wherigo cache. You have probably guessed my opinion on Wherigos. This one is made by a cacher that goes by the handle Geocaching with Darick. His website is appropriately called Ground … Continue reading FNV: The Squad Finds a Wherigo Geocache
One of our trackables, Can you hear my Jeep?, is moving around Tuscon Arizona thanks to a cacher team names Raven Art Studio. It's not the places they are taking our little trackable to that makes it so noteworthy but rather their efforts at documenting it. They are taking great photos. We really appreciate when … Continue reading TB57ZFH Can you hear my Jeep?
We are almost to the third stop on the Geocaching Road Trip. Have you already earned your first two souvenirs? We have been able to get both of the first two so far. Admittedly, we had a 10+ favorite point within a mile of our house. For the second souvenir we hosted a Brewery Event. … Continue reading Road Trip 2015: how are you progressing?
Many years ago, there was a show called Friday Night Videos. It was an American music video show broadcast on the NBC television network from July 29, 1983 to May 24, 2002. The show has been dead for years but I'm bringing it back. Ok not really. But I am going to post geocaching videos here on Fridays. … Continue reading Friday Night Videos: Geocache Edition
I came across this video on youtube a week or so ago. I watched it and even logged the trackable video. Many of you may have seen this and could not make it through the video. Some watched and logged like us. For some of you this maybe be brand new. Some of you may … Continue reading Trackable Song
Can geocaching teams be a good thing? First let me sat that I'm not talking about the type of team that blows through an area in search of high numbers at the expense of all common manners. I'm thinking more of a team put together to work in tandem on adventure style geocaches. The kind … Continue reading Team Caching: yay or nay?