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Name: Peter Walker
Date registered: December 19, 2010

Latest posts

  1. Top Android Geocaching Apps – Get Your Vote In! — June 27, 2017
  2. Disclaimer: The Irish Is Dead Page Was Not Us — January 26, 2016
  3. What To Do When Weather Is Too Bad To Geocache… — January 16, 2015
  4. Be FTF On This New Geocaching Song — January 16, 2015
  5. Waypoint Averaging on Androids for Geocaching — October 6, 2014

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  1. Top Five Android Geocaching Apps — 50 comments
  2. One Year On — 40 comments
  3. Garmin vs — 39 comments
  4. Samsung Galaxy S2 GPS Problem? SOLVED! — 27 comments
  5. An over-saturation nightmare waiting to happen? — 23 comments

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Guest Post: Little Free Geocache

American geocacher Julie Henning introduces It’s Not About The Numbers to a great geocaching and exchange initiative. A worldwide project to promote literacy and build community through a free book exchange using boxes roughly the size of a milk crate, the Little Free Library initiative began in 2009 just down the street from our Madison, Wisconsin home. Popping …

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Geocaching: Challenges No More, Cumbyrocks To Blame

Any geocacher who has checked their email today will be aware that have decided to retire the Challenge part of the site. In case you haven’t read it their email reads… In our effort to inspire outdoor play through Geocaching, we are often faced with decisions about what to focus on next, and …

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Now That’s An Update …

Anyone who has read INATN more than once will know I am a CacheSense fanboy, so I can’t help but point out the number of changes in the latest release of the CacheSense for Android app. When you consider that the previous update was only in October, this is awesome. My favourites are in red: VERSION 2.8 CHANGES: …

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Backlash As Groundspeak Closes Loophole

  [important]Guest Post by theCommittedCarnivore[/important] A few days ago, Groundspeak altered the way that users with a Basic membership could access its Geocaching Live service – now people who were previously given access to three full caches every 20 minutes or so are limited to a maximum of three full listings per day. The company’s advertised …

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Top 5 iPhone Apps For Geocaching

Geocaching – once the sole domain of the handheld GPS unit – has been taken over in recent years by the rise of the smartphone. This transition from dedicated GPS units to multi-purpose devices owes a lot to the popularity of Apple’s iPhone. Once in the hands of many a geocacher, this user-friendly and stylish tool created a demand to be able …

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Dunedin Geocachers Croakin’ It

Spied in the Otago Daily Times newspaper today … this exciting report on New Zealand’s first Mega, which also announces that a fantastic frog is coming to town this October! Pity about the funny-looking dude standing next to him, though. 😉 For those interested, I’ll be talking more about geocaching and GC3TTR NZ Mega 2012 on Radio NZ at 2:10pm …

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OpenCaching Making Changes With Stealth

If the latest newsletter is to be believed, there are big changes on the way at Garmin’s listing service … But you might have to look really hard for them – because they will be done with Stealth. Okay, it was a lame joke but seriously it was the best I could come up …

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New Zealand Volcano Erupts

Geocaches will be harder to find in the central North Island of New Zealand this morning after the relatively dormant volcano, Mt Tongariro, erupted over night, sending ash and fiery rocks over the land. The eruption, which has sent a 7000 metre plume of ash into the air and disrupted air traffic, occurred in the Te …

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Introducing: Historical Geocaching V-log

tnphotobug was kind enough to make us this intro log for his Historical Geocaching channel. This young geocaching has some informative and entertaining v-logs from all over Tennessee. He also has an excellent blog associated with the channel. Make you you check it out!

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NZ Air Force Clips Geocache Wings

A geocache in New Zealand has been removed by New Zealand Air Force personnel after it was deemed to be a security issue for a nearby air base. Ohakea – Reminiscing (GC256R8) by J ‘N’ K was a small, difficulty 1.5, terrain 1.5 cache located on Pukenui Road just south of the township of Bulls …

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