I enjoyed a three-hour geocaching adventure with Quadmommy this week. It did, however, involve a little molten lava. I’ll explain. Quadmommy wasn’t alone. As her name implies, Quadmommy has four kids. There’s more. The mom from Washington State, USA, doesn’t just have four kids. She has four boys. And get this, all the boys are eight years old. They’re quadruplets. We can all learn from her. Quadmommy is a very patient person, who’s like an attentive director for her boys. She’ll say, “Go there. Stop that. Don’t jump in the water. Put THAT DOWN!” She’s on high alert now. The [...]
Pirate Pete’s Plunder GC172TB was named Cache of the Month by the Wisconsin Geocaching Association. It’s our Geocache of the Week. The puzzle cache captures the imagination of children and families with a compelling and fun story about tracking down pirate’s treasure. This week’s geocache was chosen from entries submitted via Twitter. Follow us on Twitter and submit your favorite cache for consideration as Geocache of the Week.
Here’s some (fairly) simple math. Geocaching = Hiking. Right? Well, the answer is yes and no. Welcome to the “new geocaching math.” Besides foot travel there’s a few other modes of transportation that invite geocaching adventure; kayaking, hot air ballooning, off roading, and space travel aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket. All these means of transportation have been exploited to take geocaching to a new level – or out of the atmosphere. But how about caching by train? It’s how the savvy wild west pioneers would have geocached. Now one of the finest examples of powering caching by train takes place, [...]
Bruce Alexander began geocaching three years ago, when he was 85. See how geocaching unites three generations of his family and keeps Bruce active in his retirement. Share the video with family and friends and aging adults searching for a fun way to explore, engage and stay active! You can view all the Lost & Found videos, from a geocache in space to geocachers cleaning up the environment, here.