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    Agassiz Angel – Contest Winner!

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    Ej and I are pleased to announce the winner of the “Name The Mad Cacher” contest. Sue Sandar aka Agassiz Angel, submitted the winning story. Sue is a frequent contributor to our Facebook page and I highly recommend reading her ideas on how to handle …

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    Poison Ivy – Nature’s Evil Henchman

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    Geocaching is a wonderful hobby, but for some of us, we find ourselves thrust into an epic battle of attrition with mother nature, who 9 out of 10 times will win the battle and the war. She is a dirty fighter that mother nature and …

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  • Snake

    Geocaching and Snake Safety

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    Our favorite part of geocaching is that it gets you outdoors and brings you to places you wouldn’t normally find. Unfortunately the outdoors, while amazing and beautiful, can also carry safety risks. Several of our readers have commented on tics, temperature extremes and even snakes! …

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  • Ammo

    Painting Your Geocache

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    Geocachers are opportunists at heart. Whether that means sneaking out during a lunch break to find a cache or repurposing of old containers for new caches to hide. While an old ammo can or pill bottle makes an excellent waterproof container to hide a logbook …

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  • Navicache

    Navicache.com Acquisition

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    Leeward Coast LLC, parent company of the geocaching blog www.Madcacher.com, announced today the purchase of www.Navicache.com one of the longest-running geocaching websites on the Internet.Navicache.com, first registered in 2001, currently has a database of over 11,500 caches worldwide and more than 38,000 registered users. Leeward Coast …

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  • Backpack

    What Goes In Your Geocaching Kit?

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    Most experienced geocachers like to be ready for any occurrence, be it irritant insects, a filled up logbook or finding the perfect place for a new cache. For that reason most geocachers have taken to keep a geocaching bag or “kit” ready to go at …

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  • Geocache Alaska

    Geocache Alaska!

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    Guest Blogger – Josh Allen (NoahDadandClara1) has been kind enough to share his geocaching adventures in Alaska. Stories like these remind us how much fun geocaching can be and all of the wonderful places it can bring you. Geocaching truly is a global activity and …

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