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Author's details

Name: Kylie Walker
Date registered: December 19, 2010
URL: http://www.notaboutthenumbers.com/

Latest posts

  1. Finders Keepers: Geo-Novelist Seeks Monetary Cache — July 10, 2014
  2. Discover The World’s First Implanted Travel Bug — May 23, 2014
  3. Officials Ban Premium Member Geocaches — May 21, 2014
  4. Campaign Teaser: Buy A New Geo-Shirt — May 18, 2014
  5. Another Week, Another Geo-Bomb Scare — May 8, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Get In The Ring — 32 comments
  2. Controversial Steal-A-Cache Website Muggled — 29 comments
  3. Cemetery Geocaches Dead And Buried? — 27 comments
  4. Giveaway: A Slideshow Spectacular — 20 comments
  5. Discover The World’s First Implanted Travel Bug — 20 comments

Author's posts listings

The Birth Of A Shaped GeoTrail

Wellington’s Geof Robinson (GC handle: xBoomstickx) had little idea of the challenges ahead when he began his first shaped geotrail (GC46EWW). He tells It’s Not About The Numbers about the pros and cons of placing 61 puzzle caches in the outline of a kiwi.

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Caching Out Author Reveals Latest Geo-Mystery

Death obviously becomes Morgan C Talbot.

The American author (GC handle: Frumious Jane) has just revealed the cover art for the third mystery novel in her Caching Out series – less than eight months since book No 1 was published.

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Tutorial: An Animal Attraction To Geo-DIY

Etsy vendor Emeli Reiart has made a name for herself creating gorgeous “candy-coated” animal jars. Here, the Canadian shows It’s Not About The Numbers how to achieve the same effect for a cute and quirky geocache container.

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ROVE Where You Want To With New Geo-Gadget

You’ll never be tied to your PC again if four Canadian inventors have their way. In fact, they hope you’ll rove long and far in search of new geocaches with their bluetooth-powered gadget.

According to the team at Sparkyard Inc, the ROVE was created for smartphone-owning “geocachers and trail creators to instantly share trail maps across social networks and put multiple geocaches right on a GPS” while out in the field.

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Geocachers Wanted By Police In Two Countries

For three hours, German geocachers Bruno-X, Spatzlmatz and Suzidriver became enemy No 1.

Labelled as possible international terrorists, the three Dresden residents found themselves being pursued by police and military officials in their homeland and the Netherlands last Thursday after a visit to the tiny Dutch hamlet of Schietecoven.

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The Best Of British Intercaching

John Merry is a real trail-blazer.

Not only has the British geocacher (GC handle: djjohnmerry) created the first foreign intercache, he has single-handedly introduced this new geo-craze to the United Kingdom.

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Intercaches: The Future Of Geocaching?

Where Tim Thomas is going, he hopes other geocachers will soon follow.

The American (GC handle: ChileHead) is the mastermind behind a new, hi-tech software application that allows players to create an interactive geocache similar to a Wherigo.

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Framing Our Geo-Heritage

It should be patently obvious as to what this object is …

That’s right, it’s the official documentation for an early GPSr device by American company Cobra Electronics. Patent USD469367 was submitted to the United States Patent Office in June 2002 and granted the following January.

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Guest Post: Novelist Examines Her Love Of Geocaching

Morgan C Talbot, author of new Caching Out series novel Death Will Attend, puts her love of geocaching under the magnifying glass.

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Postcard From The Waikato River

Travel agent Mandy Page (GC handle: PageNZ) – best known for her international geocaching expeditions – drops us a line after paddling New Zealand’s Waikato River.

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