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Geocaching 2010

I don’t normally do New Year’s Resolutions.  However, back on January 2, 2010 someone on the Groundspeak forums started a thread asking about caching goals for the upcoming year.  My answers were quite simple: – More events / group caching. … Continue reading

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Fisher Ridge

It started with a simple email on a Wednesday night which read “Any interest in a short hike/bike up the Evan-Thomas Trail on Saturday morning to Fisher Ridge Cap?”  It sounded intriguing.  It was an area of Kananaskis I had … Continue reading

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Geocaching Souvenirs

In a recent update to the Geocaching website, Groundspeak introduced the concept of Souvenirs. You can read the details of Souvenirs here:  http://www.geocaching.com/about/souvenirs.aspx Essentially, you either find a Geocache within a Souvenir zone, or you search for a Geocache using … Continue reading

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Back to the Badlands

One of the best caching experiences we ever had was back in the summer of 2006.Life in the Wet Lane   There was a weekend event called “Badlands Cache Quest” and we camped at the Lions Youth Camp just north of … Continue reading

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Cache and Release

What do you get when you take several dozen crazed Geocachers, 59 new Geocaches all released at the same time and add in a dash of sleep deprivation?  You get Calgary’s Cache and Release Winter 2010, officially known this year … Continue reading

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Prairie Mountain

Prairie Mountain will always hold a special place in my heart because it was the first mountain I ever climbed, back in November of 2005. That hike fueled the passion for getting out of the city and into the mountains … Continue reading

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Geocaching: In a Nutshell

It is a question I have been asked on more than one occasion:  “What is this Geocaching thing you do?”  At first glance it would appear to be quite simple to explain, but Geocaching is much like an onion — … Continue reading

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