All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘geocache’

  • HI Beer

    Hawaii Geocaching Part 1, Maui


    Aloha! As I alluded to in my last posting about breaking my GPS, over the course of the past two and a half weeks I have been working out in Hawaii. I work in renewable energy, and as part of my “day job” I over …

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  • How To Make A Cryptex1

    Geocaching Cryptex, How To Build


    Puzzle caches are one of my favorite types of geocaches to hunt for as they offer an additional challenge to overcome even after you’ve located what you’re fellow geocachers have left for you. Recently I got the idea that I might want to build a …

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  • Virtual Cache

    What are Virtual Caches?


    Have you been searching for a geocache and seen an icon that looks like one of the angry ghosts from the Super Mario games? Wondering why this cache icon looks different than you may be used to? You’ve stumbled upon a “grandfathered” type of cache …

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  • Ftf

    Geocachers, Pirates of Swag


    Guest content author;  Rachel Cohn Hello Madcachers! One of the most exciting things we get to do as part of taking over this site is to get to interact with all of you; whether it’s on our Facebook page or through comments here on the …

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  • Swiss Army Knife

    Geocaching Swiss Army Knife Tutorials


    If you’ve found this site, chances are you’ve already fallen in love with geocaching. If you’re just starting out – you’re soon to be smitten we’re sure. While there are a number of websites now where you can do queries in order to find caches, …

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  • New

    The MadCacher – Under new management!


    It’s true folks, The Mad Cacher is under new management. Two GeoCaching Nuts, who have been fans of this site for awhile, wanted to create a place on the web to share their GeoCaching experiences and provide helpful hints to others. As they brainstormed how …

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  • Opencaching

    “OpenCaching” Garmin’s Shady Ripoff Of


    ***A note to our readers! This posting was put up by the original owner of the website. We do not share this sentiment and think the more caches in the world the merrier. We had thought about deleting this post, and actually did briefly remove it …

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