All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘geocaching’

  • FTF

    Be the First to Find (FTF) Geocaches!


    In this short video I explain how to be the first to find (FTF) new caches. I walk you through how to set up Instant Email notifications on the Geocaching website so you’ll be instantly notified every time there is a new cache published in …

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  • Easy Button

    What are Pocket Queries?


    Pocket Queries are the “Easy Button” of Geocaching! I was a long-time Cacher before learning what they were, so although you may already know all about them, I can only assume there are alot of Cachers who, like me, have been caching for a while …

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  • Ammo

    How to Adopt or Transfer a Cache or Travel Bug to another User


    We recently moved about 30 minutes minutes away from our last home and decided to put out caches up for adoption. We edited each cache page letting people know that we were looking for someone to take them over. We received a few messages from …

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  • Bomb Scare

    Geocaching Bomb Scare -or- Smart Geocaching


    It’s been a long while since I’ve written a post here. I’ve been a busy guy getting things packed, moved and unpacked into our new home. Unfortunately that means I haven’t had much time for caching lately Now that things are settled down that’s about …

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  • Question

    Geocaching Preparation – How do you Record Cache Details before a Hunt?


    When we first started Geocaching in order for us to know the details of each cache we were about to look for I would take a piece of paper and write down the Geocache code so we know which one to plug into the GPS, …

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  • Dnf Happens Tshirt

    Do you log your DNF’s? Why you should!


    It’s human nature to want to hide any type of deficiencies in your life. And it’s no different with hobbies. Especially hobbies that are as addicting as Geocaching! But, is a Did Not Find (DNF) really a deficiency? NO, it’s not! Show me a Geocacher …

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  • Code

    How to add Links and Images to Geocache Listings


    One thing I’m sure many Geocachers wonder is how some people add images, links and flashy design elements to their Geocache listings. The answer is HTML (HyperText Markup Language) which is basically the code that your Internet browser, like Internet Explorer, reads in order to …

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