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Finders Keepers: Geo-Novelist Seeks Monetary Cache

American write Devon Pollard tells It’s Not About The Numbers about his geo-novel: A young couple hike through the forest, cellphones in hand. Some time later, they reach their destination: a hard-to-reach cache, dangling precariously over a cliff face. When they manage to retrieve it, instead of treasure, they uncover something far more gruesome: a rotting forearm, the victim’s fingernails still polished pink. And that’s only the beginning …

Campaign Teaser: Buy A New Geo-Shirt

Don’t expect Craig Bartlett to give you the shirt off his back; the Australian geocacher would much rather sell you a copy.
Bartlett (GC handle: AlliedOz) launched his popular ‘Geocaching Tools of the Trade’ T-shirt in December 2012, selling 300 units online in a less than a month. Now he’s back on crowdfunding website Teespring for a third run.

New Geocaching Book A Family Affair

Tanya Eldert needs your help – to both provide material for her new Family Geocaching book and help finance its publication through her Kickstarter campaign. The American mother tells It’s Not About The Numbers how her family’s project came about …

Empowered By The Route 66 Geo-Trail

In desperate need of some stress relief, American Jon Racinskas (GC handle: The Razza) is driven to search for 800 geocaches along the legendary Mother Road. He tells It’s Not About The Numbers of his journey.

Tutorial: Cache Creator Plays Dirty

When he’s not thinking about how to finance his Geocrashers TV series, America’s Jon Racinskas (GC handle: The Razza) likes to gets devilish with his DIY. Here he shows It’s Not About The Numbers how to make one such evil hide.

Help Fund A Geocaching TV Show

There’s no such thing as going too far – especially if you need to finance an extreme geocaching TV show, says Jon Racinskas.

Co-incidentally, that’s also the slogan for his Geocrashers travel series, which is the subject of a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign as Racinskas attempts to raise US$28,500 (NZ$35,540) to cover its production costs.

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.

Geo-News: Studying Our History & Enthusiasm

Keeping you briefed on Shane Holmes’ latest Kickstarter appeal and the initial results of the Geocacher Motivation Study.

On The Cards: An A-to-Z Of Geocaching

If geocache trading card creator Shane Holmes doesn’t know his ABCs yet, he will do by the time he’s finished […]

Help Fund Estonia’s First Geocoin

Jon-Paul Barr wants to produce Estonia’s first-ever geocoin – if he can raise enough coin. Last month the antique furniture […]

 

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