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Taking Flight GeoTour – Manatee County, Florida

5. September 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Geotour: Taking Flight Location: Manatee County, FloridaTotal Favorite Points: 290 Geocachers help take care of the spots on the trail by caching in and trashing out! GC3RBQV Why Manatee County is a great place to visit: Manatee County's beaches, including Anna Maria Island and Holmes Beach, are award-winning sites and are considered some of the best beaches in the world. After a long day of geocaching, relax on the shores of the beautiful Gulf of Mexico – there are even caches nearby! Best time of year to visit: Year-round! From the beaches to the interior pine forests, Manatee County is beautiful throughout the entire year. Fall tends to be a favorite time for many northerners visiting. The Florida summer is hot, but many of the caches in this series are easy to access and do not require a great deal of time outside in the heat. Must-see attractions: Check out the Southwest Florida Museum and meet Snooty the Manatee, or stop by De Soto National Memorial to see the possible site of the Spanish explorers landing. Hidden gems only locals know about: Duette Preserve is the County's largest preserve at over 20,000 acres of land. Explore this beautiful area, and you may even catch a glimpse of the rare Western Scrub-Jay, white-tailed deer, or a burrowing owl. This geocache will take you into the heart of Duette where the Scrub-Jays can be found. Prizes: Individuals who complete the tour will receive a Taking Flight GeoTour trackable tag. This prize is available to those who find 12 of the 15 caches. Make sure to download the PDF passport for the GeoTour before you go. What Geocachers are saying about Taking Flight GeoTour: Geocaches are located in birding hot spots and each one includes a fun educational activity. GC3RBMY “And the mission has been completed! So many thanks to Manatee County NRD for this series and reward for completing the mission. We had a great two days doing this, and found many spots that we will be coming back for in the future. Keep up the good work with the preserves and we hope to find more open in the future.” – Moseycat “TFTH. very cool of Manatee County to put this GeoTour together. Had great time adventuring about all the different preserves. I'll be back to camp or hike some of these”. – SunWarrior “Thank you for taking the time to do this GeoTour the right way. I'll be recommending it to all my caching friends who visit the area.” – bitbrain Additional Information: This GeoTour was the first in the state of Florida and has served as a model for the State Park Service's tour as well as tours all over the world. In addition to finding geocaches, each site has a fun activity associated with the cache. Activities include discovering your wingspan, watching for nesting shorebirds, or observing sea level changes. The geocaches on this tour are all different types, so you have the opportunity to find Multi-Caches, Letterboxes, and Mystery as well as Traditionals. [...]

Auburn Sea (GC3QGYZ) — Geocache der Woche (engl.)

4. September 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Geocache Name: Auburn Sea by Nashuan with help from CaladorGCS Difficulty/Terrain Rating: 3.5/2.5 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: While geocaching is a hobby that's captured the hearts of millions of people, not all geocaches are created equal. Not every cache is difficult to find. Not every cache is well-maintained. Not every cache is going to make your jaw drop and your eyes fall out when you see it. But this one does. “Auburn Sea” is a Puzzle Cache that melds adventure, history, and handiwork. After deciphering a tricky puzzle about the pirate Captain Kidd and his beloved treasure, the geocacher embarks on a quest to find said treasure…or die trying.* The geocacher who finds the cache treasure is only halfway there—getting it open is an adventure in and of itself. *not really The logs and favorite points on this cache are testament to the creativity of the puzzle and the hide. This cache is sure to bring smiles to all who dare to find it. What geocachers have to say: “Best cache we have found yet. Very cool! This will get a favorite from us. TFTC.” –WeRmudfun “Everything about this cache was fantastic from the puzzle the cache page and of course the final container. This is one of those you wish you could give more then one favorites to. Thank you for one of the highlights of the trip. This was #14 of 20 for the day. Thank you for the cache.” –Odyn “I'd solved this one a while ago and enjoyed the process….and then when I knew we were coming up here to the Auburn Sea to walk on water, I found I'd lost my notes, left nothing electronic, and had to find the solution to all the puzzles all over again….surprisingly difficult even the second time! Both the puzzle work and the cache at GZ are amazing bits of work….the treasure chest was far nicer than I'd expected even based on spoiler images, and getting it out and open was impressive and loads of fun. Can I give more than one favorite point???” –T13 “The puzzle is the work of a master craftsman, and the treasure awaiting was beyond description. The adventure, exceptional.” –snewt lindellRead the rest of snewt's awesome log on this cache here. Photos: The treasure chest…not yet opened. Close up of Captain Kidd's home turf. Treasure seeker rjb43nh and others. The treasure chest…opened! The FTF prize. Spoiler video! (Also available via the cache page). Some cache owners go above and beyond to make finding and logging their cache an experience. What's been your favorite geocaching experience? Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

Danke für 15 Jahre Geocaching-Großartigkeit!

29. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Danke von uns allen hier aus dem HQ! In zwei Tagen wird Geocaching.com 15 Jahre alt – und das haben wir auch Dir zu verdanken! In den letzten anderthalb Jahrzehnten ist Geocaching von ein paar auf der Welt verstreuten Geocaches gewachsen zu über 2,5 Millionen versteckten Geocaches in fast jedem Land auf der Erde – und einem in der Internationalen Raumstation. Der Weg war – wie ein Geocaching-Ausflug – voller Spaß und Überraschungen. Von uns alles hier aus dem Geocaching-HQ in Seattle: VIELEN DANK! Schau auf den Geocaching-Blog, um von weiteren Meilensteinen zu lesen, die Geocaching über die Jahren hinweg gesetzt hat. [...]

Größter Cachebehälter Österreichs? (GC35Q1C) — Geocache der Woche (engl.)

28. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Geocache Name: Größter Cachebehälter Österreichs? by artig&hold Difficulty/Terrain Rating: 1/2 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: “Größter Cachebehälter Österreichs” means Biggest Cache Container in Austria…which this one may very well be, depending on how you define ‘cache container'. Geocachers who arrive at GZ find themselves standing in front of wood-gated door in an old brick wall. Hidden somewhere nearby is the trick to unlocking the door, after which is you follow a set of narrow stone stairs that descend down to blackness. Depending on what kind of geocacher you are, it's either eerie or exciting (or maybe a bit of both) to climb down those stairs, but geocachers who do are treated to a first class logging experience. At the bottom of the stairs is an old wine cellar, now home to an old desk and chair, an assortment of drippy candles, various swag items, and of course…the logbook. If you listen carefully you may hear the ghost of a pinot noir calling you from the darkest corners of the cellar. What geocachers have to say: “Einen Cache dieser Art habe ich noch nie gesehen: begehbar, sehr geräumig und wohltemperiert. Wirklich etwas Besonderes und einen kleinen Umweg wert.” –sunflower2012I've never seen a geocache like this one: accessible, spacious, and of a comfortable temperature. Really something special, and totally worth a small detour. “Von diesem Cache hatte ich schon gehört… heute war ich endlich mal in der Nähe und wollte mir diesen nicht entgehen lassen. Nach einer kurzen Suche wusste ich auch wie ich hineinkomme Das war wirklich eine willkommende Abkühlung heute! Schön gemacht! Ich nehme einen Coin mit auf die Reise und hinterlasse einen FP! Danke für´s “Verstecken”, Zeigen und Herrichten sagen Die Glücksmagneten.” –Die GlücksmagnetenI'd heard about this cache…today I was finally in the area and couldn't miss it. After a short search I figured out how to get inside. This was really a welcome cooling-off today! I'm taking a coin with me on my travels, and leaving behind a favorite point! Thank you for “hiding”, sharing, and organizing.” “Ich war schon sehr neugierig und konnte es kaum erwarten den Cache zu finden. Und dann diese Überraschung. So toll und schön gemacht. War mir eine Ehre mich hier zu verewigen. Bekommt auf jeden Fall einen ganz dicken Favi.” –EllannaI was very curious about this cache and could hardly wait to find it. And then this surprise! So amazing and well-made. It was an honor to be here. Absolutely getting a big fat favorite point. What the cache owner has to say: What inspired you to hide the cache here?We always wanted to make some kind of a special cache. Not another film canister behind a traffic sign. We then had the opportunity to buy this small property opposite of our own wine cellar. And there was this damaged old wine cellar on it. As we did not want this old wine cellar to get completely rotten, so we renovated it. We had no real need for it, so my wife and me decided to try to make a cache out of it. We always sad, as long as no one damages something we will have a cache there. Just once we had some children finding the way to enter the cache and they spread the log book, but it was easy to repair it. And a other funny story happened when a cacher found the key to another wine cellar in the area, but that is another story. We have now some years without damage, and the cache is still alive. How old is the cellar in which the cache is hidden? Are there many in the area?No one knows how old those wine cellars are. In former days in our area nearly every house of a village had its own wine cellar. So there are quite some in the area. The local farmers dug them in winter time, but it was not written down when and from whom. The estimation is that they are some 200-300 of years old. What has been your reaction to all of the nice logs and Favorite Points?Of course it is a big pleasure to read all those nice logs and the see the Favourite Points coming in. ☺ Is there anything you'd like to say to the geocaching community? We hope to see many more cachers visiting our cache. If you see some people opposite of the cache – don't be shy it's maybe us. If we are there we are happy to have some glass of wine and a chat with you! Photos: Some cache owners go above and beyond to make finding and logging their cache an experience. What's your best experience? Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

6 Souvenirs. 5 Geocacher aus dem HQ.

25. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Sieh Dir das 24-Stunden-Geocaching-Road-Trip-Video An Der Geocaching-Road-Trip '15 endet in etwa anderthalb Wochen (am 2. September), aber Du hast immer noch eine Menge Zeit, Dir alle sechs neuen Souvenirs zu verdienen. Du könntest damit sogar bis zu den letzten 24 Stunden warten, wenn Du wolltest – und das beweisen wir Dir. Sieh Dir das neue Video an, in dem 5 Geocacher vom Hauptquartier auf einem 24-Stunden-Road-Trip alle 5 Arten von Geocaches finden, mit denen man die neuen Souvenirs bekommt. Du wirst den neuen Wagen, ein paar großartige Geocaches und vielleicht sogar eine Dance-Party sehen. Sieh Dir jetzt das neue Video an. Sieh Dir die Beiträge aus der Endausscheidung des Internationalen-Geocaching-Filmfestivals an Du hast möglicherweise gehört, daß das diesjährige Internationale-Geocaching-Filmfestival aufgrund von starkem Regen abgesagt wurde — das bedeutet aber nicht, dass diese großartigen Filme nicht gezeigt werden. Die weltweite Geocaching-Community hat jetzt die Gelegenheit, die Filme bei Mega-Events oder örtlichen GIFFs [Geocaching-Filmfestivals] zu sehen. Die Filme werden bei ausgewählten Mega-Events gezeigt. Du kannst auch vom 5. bis zum 8. November 2015 selbst ein Filmfestival veranstalten. Detaillierte Informationen findest Du hier. [...]

Kunsthof reloaded (GCNRZK) — Geocache of the Week

21. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Geocache Name: Kunsthof reloaded (GCNRZK) by willimax Difficulty/Terrain Rating: 1.5/1 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: This geocache is hidden within the Kunsthof Arcade: a small, quiet group of connected courtyards in the middle of Dresden, Germany. The facades of the buildings, which were designed by local artists, might stop you in your tracks. One wall is bright yellow and dotted with warped sheets of gold metal that play tricks with the sunlight. The other wall is bright blue and criss-crossed with metal pipes that funnel water to and fro. Every half hour (rain or shine) water drips down through and along the drains and gutters, and onlookers are treated to a concert of the elements. They call it the wall that plays music. This cache is the perfect example of a hide that brings you to a unique and interesting part of town, which you might never have otherwise found. What geocachers have to say: “Beim heutigen ersten Besuch in Dresden, hier angehalten und das Versteck gesucht. Ohne GC hätte ich diesen schönes Platz sicherlich nicht gefunden. Daher ein großes Danke fürs Herführen. TFTC.” –SiggihentschSearched for this hide today on my first visit to Dresden. Without this geocache I would definitely never have found this nice spot. For that, a big thank you for placing the cache here. TFTC. “Der Cache hat mich an eine Stelle geführt, die ich sonst nicht gefunden hätte. Es war schön, dass der Cache schnell zu finden war. So hatte ich noch genug Zeit, mich hier mal etwas umzuschauen.” –KRUMGmbHThis cache brought me to a place that I wouldn't have otherwise found. It was good that the cache was a quick find, because it left me enough time to explore the area a bit. “Dieses war das zweite Döslein auf unserer heutigen Runde durch die Neustadt. Dank des Hinweises konnte es schnell gefunden werden und beim Loggen haben wir zugesehen, wie das Wasser durch all die Rohre plätscherte…. Danke und viele Grüße aus Leipzig!” –.Schattenkind.This was the second cache on our trip through the city. Thanks to the description the cache was found quickly, and while we were logging it we were able to watch the water gurgle through the pipes… Thank you and greetings from Leipzig!” Photos: What's the best piece of interesting artwork you've found while ‘caching? Post your photos and stories in the comments. Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

By the light of the silvery moon (GC1BT32) — Geocache der Woche! (engl.)

14. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Excitement as the final is revealed. Geocache Name: By the Light of the Silvery Moon (GC1BT32) Difficulty/Terrain Rating: 2/2.5 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: This week, the final souvenir of the Geocaching Road Trip '15 will become available: Put on Your Thinking Cap. To earn this souvenir, and potentially the Road Trip Hero souvenir, you'll have to find a Mystery Cache. While many geocachers automatically associate Mystery Caches with puzzles, that's not always the case. This geocache, for instance, takes you on a nighttime journey through the woods. You'll have to follow reflective tacks and shapes through the woods until you make it to GZ. What geocachers have to say: “Woah! This may be the coolest geocache I have ever found. Seriously! What an adventure! Thank you so much for setting this up!” – ThePaigeTurner “TFTC!!!! This was our first night cache. It was amazing!!! We had a blast. I wasn't sure how to set breadcrumbs on the gps so we dropped glow sticks to mark our way home. However, I must admit I have seen to many horror movies lol.” – Geeky Gal “I thought there was no way the other night caches would compare to the first one we found but this one was amazing. Looking for the silvery moon and stars was thrilling. We were all blown away when we saw the final to this adventure. It's always nice when someone leaves the light on for you:) Thanks for the hide and smiley.” – Qaz&Kids Photos: Glow sticks aren't required, but they're still necessary. ThePaigeTurner checks her light. Headlamps are key. Follow the “stars” aka reflectors What's the best night cache you've ever done? Post your photos and stories in the comments. Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

Du könntest zum Road-Trip-Helden werden!

11. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Erhalte Dein fünftes und sechste Geocaching-Road-Trip-‘15-Souvenir. Mach Dich schlau und bring Dein Gehirn auf Trab: Ab Freitag, den 14. August kannst Du das Souvenir „Setze Deine Denkermütze auf“ erhalten, wenn Du einen beliebigen Mystery-Geocache findest. Diese Geocaches werden Deine Geocaching-Fähigkeiten auf die Probe stellen. Lese die Beschreibung eines Mystery-Geocaches, um die Koordinaten aus zu knobeln, die Dich zum Geocache führen. Wenn Du bereits alle Souvenirs gesammelt hast, erhälst Du außerdem das sechste – und letzte Geocaching Road Trip '15-Souvenir: den „Held des Road-Trips“. Wenn nicht, keine Sorge. Du hast noch bis zum 2. September Zeit alle sechs Souvenirs zu ergattern. Sieh Dir hier Deine Road-Trip-‘15-Souvenirs an. Verpasse auf keinen Fall die allerletzte Block-Party Apropos Souvenirs – wie wäre es mit einem Bonus? Finde irgendeinen Geocache – ja, richtig, IRGENDEINEN Geocache – diesen Samstag, den 15. August und erhalte das „International Geocaching Day“-Souvenir. Die absolut letzte Geocaching-Block-Party findet diesen Samstag, am 15. August, statt. Feiere Geocaching mit uns in unserem Geocaching-Hauptquartier in Seattle, zusammen mit tausenden von Geocachern aus der ganzen Welt. Wir halten Essen, Spiele, Spaß und natürlich Geocaching für Euch bereit. Melde Dich jetzt auf der Block Party-Veranstaltungsseite an. [...]

Columbus RiverWalk GeoTour (engl.)

8. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

GeoTour: Columbus (GA) RiverWalkLocation: Columbus, GeorgiaNumber of Favorite Points: 125 A great view of the Chattahoochee River; the river was the primary reason Columbus was founded here in west central Georgia. This is the furthers most navigable part of the river; going from Columbus to the Gulf of Mexico. GC3EY98 Why RiverWalk is a great place to visit: Columbus is the second largest city in the state and was the last planned city in the 13 Original Colonies. Since its founding in 1828, the city has grown as a family-friendly destination with over 46 attractions, all within an hour's drive of the heart of the city. Columbus is home to two national museums, one of the largest art & history museums in the southeast, the largest urban whitewater course in the world, a vibrant arts & entertainment district and more. Not unusual to see wildlife of all kind along this trail – from birds, turtles, alligators, and even this little guy. GC3BAYW Best time of year to visit: That's the best part. Columbus is a year-round destination whether you're visting for geocaching or for the sites. Must-see attraction: With 46 attractions, the bucket list can be overwhelming. But because the RiverWalk GeoTour is located along the 15-mile Chattahoochee RiverWalk, there are many great activities to choose from. Some of the activities include whitewater rafting, a zip line, Space Science Center, National Civil War Naval Museum and the arts & entertainment district. Hidden gems only locals know about: When it comes to food, you have to experience a scrambled dog and Cherry Coke from Dinglewood Pharmacy. It's not uncommon to see bankers, families, and blue-collar workers sitting around the counter enjoying this typical Columbus and southern tradition. A scrambled dog is basically a hot dog served in an open bun, smothered with chili, onions, pickles and oyster crackers. You can get it done almost any way – double wiener, extra pickles, mustard, ketchup, etc. Prizes: The RiverWalk GeoTour provides a number of prizes including three coins and unique playing card. If you find 10 geocaches, you'll receive a bronze coin. If you find 20 geocaches, you'll receive a silver coin. If you complete the entire challenge, you'll receive a gold coin. All three coins are earned as the geocacher advances in the GeoTour. Plus, there are six playing cards that you can win for finding a specific group of geocaches. Columbus RiverWalk Geocoins What geocachers are saying about RiverWalk GeoTour: “Found while on a week long spring break camping hiking and geocaching trip with Mom and Dad (Jerdawg and LilyGA) and my brother Agent J. We got to go to 5 different state parks and also do the Columbus geotrail and get our gold coins! The whole week was a blast. Thanks for placing the cache out for us to find!” -SwimDawg “One of the many amazing geocaches found with my family as we worked our way toward the gold coin level status on the Columbus RiverWalk Geotrail. This was a really well-done trail, and much harder (though not impossible) than any other geotrail I have done before up to this point. It didn't help that it started to pour down raining on us the last day. Thanks for a great time and for placing all of these caches out here.” -Jerdawg “Came down with PlagueRider from Atlanta for a geocaching weekend in Columbus and after grabbing on the way to Columbus some Georgia counties I was missing we attended the “WWFM Flash Mob over the Border” event and started to hunt down the geocaches on our list. It took a couple of minutes to spot this hide but we did so we wrote down the information for our RiverWalk GeoTour Grid Sheet and placed everything back as we found it after we signed the log.” -Solokrieger Additional information:The 6.5 mile Challenge can be completed in a long day. It's best to rent a bike from the nearby bike shop, pack a lunch and have a blast exploring. A word from the host: “It's about the hunt. The numbers. About going places and seeing new things. That's why we spend our time geocaching – using multimillion dollar satellites to find tupperware hidden in some of the strangest places. This summer marks my 60th birthday. It's also the 10th year that Cibachrome and I have been geocaching, and it's the 15th anniversary of geocaching. A lot of milestones to keep up with. So what to do? We decided to strike out and create our own “geocache challenge.” We left late May 2015 to geocache the lower 48 states. After 21-days (or so) and 9100 miles later, the final goal was to arrive back in Columbus on my birthday mid-June — hopefully surviving the task of the caching and traveling those miles and hours with one another. At any rate, we reported our trip with words and photos that can be seen on my blog. In addition, we dropped a travel bug into each container to mark the find. That TB's goal, return to Columbus. So why did we do it? Adventure. Numbers. Maybe it's was about looking for something else that's just hard to describe. To pick a favorite cache from the trip is almost impossible. There was the Terrestrial Highway, the rails to trail walk on a crisp morning in Vermont, or the conversation over pizza and beer in Corning, NY, or coming out of the rain in Orangeville, Ill after a hike, soaking wet and a small dine and town decked out from Memorial Day. All those miles have a cache and a story and amazing people.” Peter [...]

RLR Runde in Lanzendorf

6. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

#geocaching #geocaches #lanzendorf #nö #österreich RLR Runde in Lanzendorf (Niederösterreich) In Lanzendorf, südl. von Wien, gibt es eine schöne [...]

Earthcache I – a simple geology tour of Wasp Head (GCHFT2) – Geocache der Woche (engl.)

6. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Geocache Name: Difficulty/Terrain Rating: Earthcache I – a simple geology tour of Wasp Head 1/1.5 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: A Wasp Head bento box. Photo by JordsAU This is the world's first EarthCache. Placed by geoaware on January 10, 2004, GCHFT2 is located on an isolated stretch of coastline in Murramarang National Park, in southeast Australia. Visiting geocachers are met with striking views of rugged waters, an abundance of geological history, and the occasional kangaroo. If an EarthCache is “a special place that people can visit to learn about a unique geoscience feature or aspect of our Earth” (www.earthcache.org), then this EarthCache at Wasp Head is some sort of mega-EarthCache. The cache instructions take the geocacher on a geological tour through time past fossilized worm burrows (pictured below), giant boulders dropped by icebergs floating on an ancient sea, and rock channels left by the erosion of once-molten rock. What geocachers have to say: “What a great place. We really wanted to see fossils and this place delivered. I loved the rock formations and if geoaware hadn't told us we would be oblivious to the dike. Thanks geoaware for a great EC.” –igotahunch “Great tour of the headland. First attempt at geocaching and a great way to start. Thanks.” –Busterandjo “I was out at the coast back on Oct 2 so I did the homework for this cache. It's a beautiful spot and it was a fantastic day out. Found everything except the bryozoan fossils but that could have been my poorly entered waypoint coords. (I forgot to preload these before heading off and there's no reception at gz). I'm always amazed to see fossils in place rather than in a museum. It makes me wonder about such life flourishing such an unimaginably long time ago and what the site would have looked like back at that time. Rather damp I suspect. I've attached a pic of a shell I spotted. TftEc.” –StrangeTrousers What the EarthCache owner, geoaware, has to say: (Excerpted from 2014 article on the Geocaching Blog) “Ten years ago I was a lucky guy in the right place at the right time. The Geological Society of America (GSA) had just employed me to work on education and outreach programs, a GSA member mentioned the new game of geocaching to my boss, and I was on holiday here with my kids looking at the rocks in Australia. So that day we wandered around a rock platform that I had been on a thousand times before but now with a new purpose. How could I bring others here geocaching so they left learning something new about our amazing planet? Fossils, evidence for glaciers, weathering – so much in such a short walk. This was the perfect place. And so EarthCache I GCHFT2 was born—and so was the concept of an EarthCache: a place where the Earth was the treasure. A place where you would learn about the geology of the planet while you geocached. If you have not experienced an EarthCache, its time you tried. It's a different experience – but who would ever not enjoy learning when it's fun!” Photos: Calypso62 at a split joint. Photo by Calypso62. A foot massage? Photo by STORMCATCHERS. Fossilized Bryozoan colony. Photo by Calypso62. Geocachers sitting in a split joint. Photo by The Arkaroo. Patterns and seeds at the first EarthCache. Kanga-muggles at GZ? Photo by cRimehUNter. Sunset at Wasp Head. Photo by STORMCATCHERS. The Geocaching Road Trip '15 is in full swing, and it's time to earn your “High-Five for the Earth” souvenir. What EarthCache or CITO event are you going to find/attend? Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

Feier den “Internationalen Geocaching-Tag” am 15. August

4. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Feier den “Internationalen Geocaching-Tag” am 15. August Einer der größten Geocaching-Feiertage steht fast schon vor der Tür: Am 15. August ist Internationaler Geocaching Tag. Es ist der perfekte Tag um nach draußen zu gehen, ein paar Geocaches zu finden, und einem neuen Geocacher das Spiel zu zeigen. Am 15. August findet auch zufällig die Geocaching-Block-Party in Seattle statt. Wenn Du mit dabei sein kannst, freuen wir uns. Wenn nicht, keine Sorge! Feiere den Tag so wie es Dir gefällt, und teile Deine #Geocaching15-Fotos auf Instagram. Brauchst Du einen Tipp, wie es sich gut feiern lässt? Suche nach Geocaches mit mindestens 15 Favoriten-Punkten. 5 Souvenirs. 8 Geocaching-HQ-Mitarbeiter. 300 Meilen. 24 Stunden. Ausgenommen, dass Du in einem Geocache, der noch nie gefunden wurde, wohnst, hast Du bestimmt schon vom Geocaching-Road-Trip-'15 gehört. Wenn nicht, gibt es 6 neue Souvenirs die Du Dir verdienen kannst, indem Du bis zum 2. September fünf verschiedene Geocache-Typen findest. Geocaching HQ macht auch mit! Eine Gruppe Lackeys plant einen Ausflug, um alle fünf Geocache-Typen zu finden und sich die Souvenirs zu verdienen–und das alles innerhalb von 24 Stunden. Am 6. August ab 17:30 Uhr kannst Du die Reise auf Twitter verfolgen, unter @GoGeocaching und #Geocaching15. [...]

Produkttest: LED Lenser T2QC

4. August 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Aus dem Hause LED Lenser flatterte neulich ein neues Modell ins Haus: Die LED Lenser T2QC. Schwer getan haben wir uns bei diesem Test. Aus diesem Grund hat es auch etwas gedauert bis wir ihn nun veröffentlichen. Die LED Lenser … Weiterlesen → [...]
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