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January Geocacher of the Month Nominees – Add Your Comment

The earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month geocoin

The earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month geocoin

The creator of a “school” for geocache hiders, an extreme geocacher with hides along mountain trails and the person who’s the glue that helps bind an entire state of geocachers together. We’re honoring each of these nominees for Geocacher of the Month for their contributions to the geocaching community. Each will receive worldwide recognition and a prize package from Geocaching HQ in Seattle, but which will be named Geocacher of the Month?

This is your opportunity to  help decide who will take home the earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month geocoin (at left). Each featured Geocacher of the Month will receive the exclusive special edition Geocoin, a hat and a profile icon. They’ll also receive a certificate acknowledging their contributions, signed by two of the founders of Geocaching.com.

In December, Siig was named Geocacher of the Month.

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Siig – Winner Geocacher of the Month January 2014

One geocacher who commented wrote, “Hands down winner this month must be siig! There is a reason why they are by far the team in Denmark with most favourite votings (and not just 100 as hinted above….almost 2800 favourites received!). You always leave one of their hides with a silent smile or a big and noisy laugh, as they are most often very innovative and funny caches. Their caches are well kept and always an experience.”

Now it’s your turn to help us select the next Geocacher of the Month. Write a supportive comment at the bottom of this blog for the nominated geocacher that you feel should be awarded the title. A panel from Geocaching HQ will then use your comments to help guide the decision of which geocacher is awarded the Geocacher of the Month honor.

Here are your nominees for the January 2014 Geocacher of the Month. Some testimonials have been edited for length.

 Mike Ott

Nominee for January 2014  Geocacher of the Month

Nominee for January 2014 Geocacher of the Month

Tim Werbrich writes, “MikeOtt is Delaware’s Geocaching Ambassador and the Presidential leader of the Delaware Geocachers.  Mike has over 16,500 finds and owns over 300 caches!  Mike took the lead in creating the Delaware Geocaching Trail in conjunction with Delaware Tourism.  This trail of about 70 caches takes cachers over scenic trails and to unique attractions throughout Delaware.  He also created the C & D Canal Power Trail, a trail of over 150 caches that border the scenic Chesapeake & Delaware Canal.  Mike also began the First State Challenge, an annual challenge series of caches in each of Delaware’s 3 counties.  There are a lot more things he does for geocaching.

 

Mike is passionate about caching, but he also promotes caching throughout the state and region.  Mike is at every event and CITO.  He encourages others to give back to caching as well.  I think he is the glue that keeps caching alive in Delaware.  Mike is the perfect example of a ambassador to geocaching.  Having cached with him in Alaska and the Northwest US, I know first hand his passion for caching.  It is my honor to nominate him as Geocacher of the Month!”

 Kalleson

Nominee for January 2014  Geocacher of the Month

Nominee for January 2014 Geocacher of the Month

Stephan from Gonzo&Xuni writes, “Kallesons real name is Martin Hanneken. He is Co-Founder of our Geocaching Verein “Geocaching im Emsland e.V.”

He is an active part of our local geocaching community. Martin owns a mixed variety of geocaches, such as night caches, really difficult mystery caches and a nice range of clever traditional hides.

What makes him a good candidate as a geocacher of the month is the fact, that he developed a “Geocaching Owner School” which he offers as part of event caches in our local region.

Goal of these school events is to make new and old cachers aware of our guidelines, do’s and don’ts, rules, and all other aspects. Attendees of his “Owner school” will learn how to do it right.

His efforts to train and make people understand the basics of our hobby makes Martin a very good candidate for the geocacher of the month.

He owns one of the best Night caches in our local area. “The Hunt @ Night

 

CKayaks

Nominee for January 2014  Geocacher of the Month

Nominee for January 2014 Geocacher of the Month

 

Natalie Gray (Coralteach) writes, “I would like to nominate Cass Kalinski, otherwise known as CKayaks, for Geocacher of the Month. He not only finds all sorts of high terrain caches, etc…himself, he also places a lot of caches for others to enjoy, including an entire challenging trail in one of our largest parks. Even more than that though, is what he gives back to the geocaching community. Besides placing caches, he holds GREAT events. For two years in a row he has hosted a big event in Los Banos, CA.

He puts out 50 caches and cachers come from miles around to go out and have fun for the day. This year they were all puzzles, which was really great, and a lot of additional work for him!  He had really great coins made up for both last year and this year, and it is becoming an annual event, and could even develop into a Mega Event! In addition, he hosts CITO events, and has one coming up on Jan. 18th. His caches are clever and fun, his stats are incredible, but the time and effort he goes through to host events, is incredible. His events draw cachers from all over the Bay Area, down to the Central Coast, and turns us into a community. I don’t think you’ll find a more well rounded cacher, or anyone more deserving of the award for Geocacher of the Month. He is a legend around here, and truly merits this award.”

Comment below to tell us who you think should be the January Geocacher of the Month. We will be accepting comments through February 28.
If your nominee wasn’t recognized here, please submit your nominations again next month. We’re always looking for the next Geocacher of the Month. To nominate a geocacher, send an email to geocacherofthemonth@geocaching.com and include the following information:

  • Your name, the name of your nominee, their username
  • A picture of the nominee
  • Description (200 or more words) explaining why he or she deserves to be the Geocacher of the Month

Please inform your nominee that you have submitted them for the award. Nominations for the next Geocacher of the Month should be received by March 3. Once Geocaching HQ has received the nominations, we will choose the top candidates and post them on the blog. You will then get a chance to champion your favorite. Our goal is to involve the entire geocaching community in this process so that we might learn from each other.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Robert Lester

    My vote is for Mike Ott. I’ve known Mike pretty much since I started caching
    and was quite amazed at all the caches that he has placed in northern new
    Castle Co., Delaware and the quality of those caches. He is an excellent trip
    planner and a lot of fun to be with on a trip and a great promoter of geocaching.

  • Susan Kelley

    It is a pleasure to cast a vote for Mike Ott! Mike has been a powerhouse in the Geocaching community in Delaware and Maryland, and he has worked hard to promote the sport in a positive manner by fostering positive relationships. Mike has been instrumental in organizing the Delaware Geocaching Society, providing community outreach, and with partnering with land managers. Over the years, Mike has also assisted with several GeoTour and Geotrail projects, and he is highly deserving of this honor.

  • CaptainMath

    Congratulations to Mike Ott, and thanks for everything you do for geocaching in your area. I’ve done many of his caches, and I know he’s done a lot for geocaching in Delaware.

  • PAfishingmom

    Voting for Mike Ott. I am new to the geocaching hobby, but in the short time I have been geocaching, I have found Mike to be friendly, helpful and encouraging. Everywhere you look in the northern part of Delaware you are sure to run into his name, on hides, in organizing, and on cache logs. In Delaware, Mike Ott means geocaching and he deserves the honor of becoming Geocacher of the month as much as Geocacher of the month deserves him!

  • Richard Wiechecki

    I vote for Mike Ott. For as long as I’ve known him, he’s always been an amazing ambassador for geocaching in Delaware. Not only does he own and maintain well over 400 caches (many under different account names), but he also does work outside of geocaching maintaining many of Northern Delaware’s hiking trails in his spare time.

  • Rhonda Daley

    My vote is for Mike Ott. I started my geocaching adventures on Maryland’s eastern shore in 2010. The first event I ever attended was a Delaware Geocaching Fall Picnic. One of the first cachers to greet me was Mike Ott. He helped answer many questions I and a few other newbies had and shared many of his caching experiences with us. The First State Challenge and other Delaware trails and just general caches hidden by Mike are always fun to find. He is a great caching ambassador in Delaware and surrounding areas.

  • Patricia Hackett

    I vote for Mike Ott. He not only puts out clever and well thought out caches but he always has time to mentor a new cacher. Write or call with a problem and he is right on it. His reviews of new caches are honest but kind. Best of all he has a wonderful way of promoting geocaching and encouraging community involvement. Delaware is a better place because of Mike Ott.

  • Steven McTowelie

    Oh man, MikeOtt for sure. This one time, I was grabbing a lpc and a rabid bear popped up out of nowhere, MikeOtt appeared and scissor kicked it back into the 1800s! And he never forgets to bring a towel!

  • Sheri M

    I vote for Mike Ott. He’s a warm, generous, and endlessly entertaining guy who has made a huge difference in the geocaching experience of anyone who wants to explore the Mid-Atlantic region.

  • bpp_picnic

    My vote is for MikeOtt! He is Mr Delaware! He is always at every event and works very closely with the state and local parks to enhance geocaching in the state. It’s always nice to find a MikeOtt ammocan along the shores of the Delaware Bay.

  • Stephen Washburne

    Mike Ott gets my vote.
    Without him, there wouldn’t be any reason to go caching in Delaware. But my, oh my look at what he has done: beside putting out entertaining caches and maintaining old ones he places power trails, sets up challenges, and hosts monthly meetings.
    Besides all that, he’s a genuinely nice guy, always willing to share information and hints.

  • Nikki

    I vote for Ckayaks. He organizes awesome events!

  • Steve Davis

    I vote for Mike Ott! I met Mike over five years ago, when I first started caching. I was always in awe of the legendary MikeOtt but when I met him, he was a very nice guy and happy to help. He creates the best caches in Delaware. Unique, funny hides, or caches that take you for long beautiful hikes along White Clay Creek state park. Mike leads the Delaware Geo Trails, as well as the First State Challenge. He is a very prominent figure among the geocaching community!

  • Barb Kessel

    My Mom lives in Delaware, where I grew up. I visit often and I always look forward to the excellent hides by MikeOtt! Besides being a long time player he has partnered with the state to promote our game. MikeOtt for Geocacher of the month!

  • sheetrum

    My vote goes to Mike Ott

  • Gary Rozecki

    I vote for Mike Ott. I have know this great cacher for many years now. He is a wonderful person and prolific cacher.

  • Betty Andrews

    Mike Ott gets my vote. Mike is just as interested in caching today as he was when he started in 2002. He has hidden every type of caches, held many events and always attends events around the area. He is friendly and welcoming to old-timers and newcomers.

  • Sherry McLarney

    I vote for Mike Ott. I first got to know Mike while working on PMC the order & clueless again. We bounce off ideas on how to solved these difficult puzzles. He is a friendly person that is willing to help others & get others actively involved in geocaching. Over the years Mike has been involved creating the Delaware Geocaching Trail in conjunction with Delaware Tourism, the First State challenge & even created the power trail on the c&d canal. We had found many these caches while out on the trail. They all took us to beautiful, meaningful locations & the hides were great. We know if Mike is involved it will be a great adventure. We also had the pleasure to be with him on several paddle to adventures. When Mike is with you or doing one of his adventures you will always have fun.

  • Mikey Ngauger

    My vote is for Mike Ott. Mike has consistently been an ambassador for Geocaching
    in Delaware. He never hesitates to teach people about Geocaching and the
    history of Delaware. A lot of his caches tell stories about the area
    where they are placed. You have to really try hard not to learn anything
    when you find some of his caches.

    He also has a lot of caches that are more difficult. They
    seem to also be the best, most well thought out, well planned and most
    rewarding.

    He hosts many Geocaching events and works very hard
    behind the scenes for the annual First State Challenge. He is a very well
    respected leader/president of the Geocachers of Delaware. Most everyone
    that has cached with him both locally or while traveling always returns with
    stories about their great experiences. Mike gives far more to the
    Delaware Geocaching community, than he takes, never asking for recognition, but
    always humbly receiving it when he is recognized for all he does.

  • Joviola

    I vote for MikeOtt.

  • DebChic

    My vote is for Mike Ott. Mike is a dedicated volunteer and an avid geocacher. He has been instrumental in promoting geocaching in Delaware by hosting events, creating challenges, and hiding creative caches that are always in prime locations. When I first started geocaching, his caches were the first hides I found and I couldn’t wait to meet him.

    Mike is the President of Delaware Geocaching and works with the State and parks to promote this sport. He also leads hikes and Introduction to Geocaching events at the State Parks.

    Mike organizes many geocaching events that are always fun and well attended. He has created a community with geocaching. I have met so many wonderful people by attending his events.

    Mike Ott is a true advocate of Geocaching and has accomplished so much in Delaware and the surrounding states to bring this wonderful sport to others. Mike truly deserves the honor of Geocacher of the Month.

  • cacheaholic!

    I met mike shortly after I started Geocaching. He has always been the type of person to take newbe cachers and give them a helping hand in understanding the many ins and out of Geocaching. I myself have had the pleasure to not only learn from MIke but also cache with him.
    Mike has always strived to keep Geocaching in a positive light by keeping to the guideline of Groundspeak and encouraging others to do the same.
    Mike is constantly working with the state and local towns to spread the joy and adventure of Geocaching. He has brought Geocaching to the state level placing cache in many state park which brings highlights to parks some of the larger well known parks but also to parks that might not get much foot trafic or are small and sometimes unknown.
    Mike has placed many (hundreds) caches of many differect types and from the simple one stage cache to multis, puzzles, earth caches and a Power Trail or two. The diversity of his caches always keep you intreged but also take you to places that are out of the way and also beautiful.
    I think MIke Ott deserves to be Cacher of the Month.

  • SMA

    I vote Mike Ott, met him a number of times at events and have done many of his caches. He’s been helpful and knows a lot about caching.

  • DEWomyn

    MikeOtt has organized events, helped newbies, hidden too many caches to remember and still has time to cache all over the place. He has worked with the state parks, the tourism council and the state dept of natural recourses to promote responsible caching and geotourism in our/his state. He always has time to answer an email for help or advise and gives us hidders a helpful nudge sometimes to improve our description or coordinates. He is WORTHY and my vote goes to him.
    p.s. if I’m in Germany, I’m looking up caches by Kalleson since he has some loyal followers, too.

  • Pamela McCarthy

    My daughter and I have enjoyed walking the trails of the Middle Run
    nature area, which are maintained by Mike Ott. Mr. Ott makes note in his
    descriptions of the natural areas he places caches in, carefully
    selects locations, and includes cautions where appropriate so that these
    areas will be left undisturbed by cacher activity. Way to be a good
    steward, Mike! Mike has caches placed there and like all his hides they
    are thoughtful and creative, and are well-maintained. Mike also
    regularly hosts events that are very popular and well attended, and of
    course these help foster community within the caching sphere as well as
    open caching up for non-cachers as well. Thanks, Mike!

  • Preston Littleton

    MikeOtt is a natural selection for Geocacher of the Month.
    Mike has been instrumental in expanding and
    enhancing caching not only in the state of Delaware but everywhere he
    goes. Mike’s love for geocaching goes beyond what pleasure he receives from
    finding caches…..he loves being an ambassador….wherever he goes loves talking
    about this sport and listening to others for ideas that he bring back home and
    spread to others.

    Mike is an old timer and has seen geocaching grow over the
    years and he has always been there to support geocaching and geocachers. In addition to owning many quality caches, he
    has helped organize geotrails like:

    -Delaware Geotrail
    for Delaware Tourism to highlight historical, interesting and fun locations throughout
    the state

    -First State Challenge (2014 will be for the 6th year) to encourage
    people to explore the whole state.

    -C&D Powertrail which Mike felt was important to give Delawareans and other
    in our region on the eastcoast a taste of what a powertrail is like (this was
    after traveling with Mike out west to do some high profile powertrails)

    MikeOtt has also been instrumental in organizing events to
    keep cachers connected and provide a vehicle for new cachers to meet some of
    the more experienced cachers.

    Mike is always available to give advice to cachers just
    beginning, starting to hide caches, or just as a PAF.

    Perhaps most importantly, MikeOtt attempts to a make all
    geocachers feel included….whether it is listening to them, helping them,
    encouraging them or placing caches to appeal to a wide range of abilities and
    tastes.

    Geocaching is definitely better today because of the
    sacrifices that MikeOtt has made for this sport.

  • Preston Littleton

    MikeOtt is a natural selection for Geocacher of the Month.
    Mike has been instrumental in expanding and
    enhancing caching not only in the state of Delaware but everywhere he
    goes. Mike’s love for geocaching goes beyond what pleasure he receives from
    finding caches…..he loves being an ambassador….wherever he goes loves talking
    about this sport and listening to others for ideas that he bring back home and
    spread to others.

    Mike is an old timer and has seen geocaching grow over the
    years and he has always been there to support geocaching and geocachers. In addition to owning many quality caches, he
    has helped organize geotrails like:

    -Delaware Geotrail
    for Delaware Tourism to highlight historical, interesting and fun locations throughout
    the state

    -First State Challenge (2014 will be for the 6th year) to encourage
    people to explore the whole state.

    -C&D Powertrail which Mike felt was important to give Delawareans and other
    in our region on the eastcoast a taste of what a powertrail is like (this was
    after traveling with Mike out west to do some high profile powertrails)

    MikeOtt has also been instrumental in organizing events to
    keep cachers connected and provide a vehicle for new cachers to meet some of
    the more experienced cachers.

    Mike is always available to give advice to cachers just
    beginning, starting to hide caches, or just as a PAF.

    Perhaps most importantly, MikeOtt attempts to a make all
    geocachers feel included….whether it is listening to them, helping them,
    encouraging them or placing caches to appeal to a wide range of abilities and
    tastes.

    Geocaching is definitely better today because of the
    sacrifices that MikeOtt has made for this sport.

  • Millennium Mom

    Mike Ott – the person I think of when I think of Delaware and Geocaching.

  • Marilyn MacGown

    My vote is for Mike Ott! Mike Ott is the quintessential geocacher! He not only hosts events, but has placed many events in his home state of Delaware. He travels to quite a number of Mega events representing Delaware and when I think of Delaware I think of Mike. Great guy who is very approachable and a great promoter of geocaching! Love his challenge caches too!

  • The9Searchers

    We, The9Searchers, vote for MikeOtt! We met MikeOtt through geocaching about seven years ago and we are proud to call him a friend! We live in Maryland, but at many points during the last seven years of caching our numbers showed that we had found more caches in the state of Delaware than in Maryland! A lot of this can be attributed to MikeOtt and the work that he has done to maintain high caching standards in the state of Delaware. He has worked closely with state officials and with the parks to build good relations with them and to build scenic and historic geotrails that have promoted tourism throughout the tiny state. We can honestly say that had it not been for his efforts of establishing such wonderful geotrails that we would not have visited the many wonderful hidden treasures that Delaware has to offer. Besides the geotrails and wonderful events that he has organized, MikeOtt is also well respected as a cacher. His hides are always of quality and have earned many favorite points. When he finds someone else’s cache, he puts thought and care into his logs. MikeOtt is also a strong supporter of the caching projects, trails, and events in the state of Maryland and has worked to build caching relationships between the states of the Mid-Atlantic region. MikeOtt is a caching role model and friend to many, and truly deserves this honor.

  • Uncle Fuzzy

    My vote is for Mike Ott

    I met Mike in my first few months of geocaching at a Delaware event. Being a newbie and not knowing a lot about the game I had a lot of questions. Mike took the time to explain things to me and answer any questions I had. Since then I have emailed him and even called him many times over the years for help. Mike has always been there when you need him.

    Mike has dozens of quality hides. I really enjoy his EarthCaches, Puzzles, and Challenges. One of my favorite projects he is involved in is the annul First State Challenge. Which takes you on the most incredible and fun tour of Delaware.

    Mike is everywhere. I really get a kick out of running into him when I least expect it. I even ran into him in a cave in West Virginia some 40 feet under ground. Now nothing will surprise me.

    Thanks for everything Mike, Good luck

    Fuzzy

  • Uncle Fuzzy

    My vote is for Mike Ott

    I met Mike in my first few months of geocaching at a Delaware event. Being a newbie and not knowing a lot about the game I had a lot of questions. Mike took the time to explain things to me and answer any questions I had. Since then I have emailed him and even called him many times over the years for help. Mike has always been there when you need him.

    Mike has dozens of quality hides. I really enjoy his EarthCaches, Puzzles, and Challenges. One of my favorite projects he is involved in is the annul First State Challenge. Which takes you on the most incredible and fun tour of Delaware.

    Mike is everywhere. I really get a kick out of running into him when I least expect it. I even ran into him in a cave in West Virginia some 40 feet under ground. Now nothing will surprise me.

    Thanks for everything Mike, Good luck

    Fuzzy

  • Steve Stuart

    I vote for Mike Ott…
    Aside from being a really nice guy and always willing to help out other cachers, Mike has placed and maintained some excellent caches that are always fun to do… he has some great Mutli-stage caches and Traditional caches located in some of the nicest spots that our state has to offer….Mike’s been a very positive influence on caching in our area….Thanks

  • Steve Boyd

    I throw my support behind Mike Ott.

    Out of one of the smallest states has one of the biggest promoters of geocaching in Mike. Known throughout the Southeast PA, Eastern Maryland and Delaware caching communities (and beyond), Mike has worked to continuously raise the bar for all geocachers in the area.

    I don’t think that my geocaching journey would have been as challenging, interesting or sometimes frustrating as it would have without his caches, challenges and events.

    The First State Challenge caches have been “must find” caches every year.

  • Kakaocacher

    I choose Kalleson. He is one of the most dedicated geocachers here in this area and we appreciate his willingness to help not only in this area. With the Geocaching association, he has implemented a new understanding for foresters and hunters regarding to geocaching.

  • Team DC 30

    I vote for Kalleson. He is the man who build the connection between the hunters and the geocachers in Emsland. He can express himself well and has good skill in negotiating. Everytime his arguments are possible and sometimes funny! Sometimes?

  • Dayvid4444

    I vote for Mike Ott. He is not the reason I joined Geocaching but he is certainly one of the reasons I am still involved. He has taken a huge role in our state with organizing events and special caches. He has a unique way of finding the “right spot” for a cache. Always an educational experience in one way or another. Thanks. Mike for all you do for new cachers as well as veteran cachers!!

  • THE DAM TROLLS

    I vote for Mike Ott!!

  • Cargirl666

    I was fortunate enough to meet Mike Ott two years ago when I began caching. He is always available to help out and is extremely knowledgeable and ethical when it comes to Geocaching. His hides and finds or phenomenal. He is a dedicated geocacher and a genuinely great person. He certainly deserves the title of Geocacher for of the year, but I’m sure he’d settle for the month.

  • BDS

    Mike Ott yo!

  • cirene

    I vote for Mike Ott. Having a lot of “numbers” is great, but being a person who aims for quality in the caches he hides is much more helpful to the rest of us, who may not even aspire to getting those high numbers, but who love geocaching all the same. I cache alone sometimes and sometimes in a group. When I am with a group, I am not the one who races to the cache first, but I like to see it. The more interesting and inspiring and different the case the happier I am, and Mike Ott leaves many of these exquisite caches. Quality is often better than quantity and Mike Ott pulls it off. I travel the east coast roads from Maine to Florida and have long enjoyed the Caches I have found that were left my Mike,especially the Delaware Canal series.

  • billdavidsaurus

    My vote is for Mike Ott

  • DJ and CAL

    I’d like to vote for MikeOtt.. I am from VT, where he sometimes vacations.
    He is a fun to cache with, he places very interesting caches, and is a nice guy to hang with at events.
    I also enjoy reading his logs and viewing his posted photos.
    BTW: I think he is the one who got us into pathtags..
    Thanks for sharing your passion with us.
    Darrel and Cheryl Lasell

  • rehobch

    My vote is for Mike Ott. he has lead the Delaware Geocachers for years and has coordinated many of the special Delaware events that attract cachers from all the surrounding states.

  • http://mortonfox.com Morton Fox

    I’d vote for Mike Ott. I’d been going to his events and finding his caches years before I moved to Delaware. He has done so much to build community and make the state a geocaching destination that draws cachers in from far and wide.

  • Collin&Dad

    Our vote is for Mike Ott. My son, Collin and I started geocaching in 2009 and have found many interesting geocaches. Some of the most interesting, educational, and fun geocaches were placed by Mike. He has a knack for including relevant historical facts so the geocacher learns something about the area while having great fun. He has helped introduce our family to many parks and trails where we have enjoyed countless hours connecting with nature. Thanks Mike for all you do. ~Collin&Dad

  • Bill Frampton

    I vote for Mike Ott- He helped get me get started and is one of the most actively involved Geocachers that I know. He is president of Delaware Geocaching and participates in the Maryland Geocaching Society events. He has hidden many great caches. He also takes great delight in promoting and establishing Geotrails in the state of Delaware. He also encourages every one to take participation in events outside of the state.

  • wendt_81@web.de

    I vote for Kalleson. He is a very dedicated cacher in our area and I wish him best luck for this nomination.

  • andreppi

    Although we don’t geocache anymore, because we don’t have enough time, we would like to vote for KALLESON.

    When we started geocaching in 2011 we met him while searching for our third geocache. He was very friendly and tought us a lot of useful things we weren’t aware of. He also invited us to a “Wilkommen im Club” event he was organizing to introduce new geocachers into the community and to give useful tips for placing geocaches an much more.

    He would be a good choice for the geocacher of the week!

    There should be much more Geocachers like kalleson!

    Greetings from Germany
    andreppi

  • Peter Podein

    I vote for Kalleson. He is a very helpful person. His engagement in the community “geocaching im Emsland” is exceptional. He is responsible for the most excelent nightcache “The Hunt @ night”. He’s always on air and reachable.


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