Category: Geocaching

Multi-Cache – Geocaching 101 – Geo Jedi Training

A Multi-Cache is a geocache that requires the seeker to visit at least two or more stages to obtain coordinates or clues before the final geocache stage can be located. There is no limit to the number of stages a Multi-Cache can have. Like a Tradition Cache, a Multi-Cache must have a physical container and …

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Geocaching in Space…well almost!

If we can’t get to a Geocache in Space then it is best to bring the Geocache that WAS in space to us. I heard and interview of E6C on Podcachers about a month ago where they talked about his first SPACE Geocache. Well it looks like he has a second one now and had …

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Tube Geocache Hide!

I really like this Mayberryman’s videos and here is one that shows a cool way to hide a geocache. I have found some similarly hidden and I need to keep this in mind! I also keep a telescoping magnet tool in my Geocaching Gear Bag for just such caches!

Missouri Police Learn from Local Geocachers to Prevent Bomb Scares

The police department in Marshall Missouri met with a group of local Geocachers in order to assist in the identification of local geocachers so bomb scares no longer occur. The Police Chief for the area had some good advice that all Geocachers should follow, “”If you are putting containers out in a public area, please …

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Geo JediMeister’s First T5 Tree Climb – Swat Camp Advanced Training

Here is a video of my first Terrain 5 Geocache that required me to climb a tree. The cache is located about 17 meters up in a tree. This is the most strenuous cache I have ever completed. It too about 15 minutes to go up the tree, open the cache, sign the logbook, and …

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TEAK73 and MERLLAN on the SWAT CAMP T5 Geocache

Here is Teak73 on the SWAT CAMP Basic Training T5 Geocache and MERLLAN on the SWAT CAMP Advanced Training Geocache. TEAK73 and I went over do do these caches on 17 Jun 12 and when we arrived we saw a rope already hanging down one side of the 15 meter high cliff. It was MERLLAN …

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Geocache Sizes – Geocaching 101 – Geo Jedi Training

Photo by CacheMania and used under the Creative Commons license. There are FIVE basic sizes geocaches can be listed as: 1. Micro – A micro size geocache is only large enough to fit a small logbook and maybe a small pencil in the cache container. Typical containers of this size are 35 MM film canisters, …

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Geo JediMeister and TEAK73 first bridge rappel!

Geo JediMeister and TEAK73 headed out this morning to do a Terrain Level 5 (T5) Geocache. The cache is called Operation: Zug um Zug which is Geocache number GC3J5GK. The creator and owner of the cache is Swordfish75. This cache was quite challenging for both of us since we don’t have much experience with repelling …

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Geocaching App Rated #1 Summer App

Padgadget.com has rated the official Geocaching App from Groundspeak as the number one app for summer fun! I have to totally agree with them! I love the Geocaching app and use it often, especially when I am away from home and don’t have the cache in the area I am in in mt Garmin 62ST. …

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Traditional Cache – Geocaching 101 – Geo Jedi Training

A traditional cache is one where the coordinates provided on the website you obtained them from lead you directly to the cache. There are normally no other stages or requirements to log the cache other then finding the container and signing the logbook. However, as with almost all other cache types, arriving at the listed …

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