Category Archive: Geocache Challenges

Worshipping At The Altar Of Geocaching

Artist Pauline Lim hasn’t just taken a shine to geocaching, she’s created nine shrines to the sport. Over America’s Thanksgiving holiday, the Massachusetts resident installed all nine creations around her hometown of Somerville for her new Geocaching Urban Shrines Project. And she’s now offering a prize for one lucky person who locates them all using …

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Where’s Our Frog Prince When We Need Him?

Sometimes when you kiss a frog, it just stays a frog … Despite this morning’s fairytale start to Groundspeak’s challenges, the geo-community has rewritten its collective views about the company’s new take on virtual caches. While some geocachers took up the challenge, many hundreds more were venting their anger online. These warts-and-all comments centred on the poor …

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Fairytale Start To New Geocache Challenges

Have you kissed a frog yet? And I don’t mean in the fairytale ‘turn him into a prince’ way but so you can claim Groundspeak’s first-ever challenge. Since the new system went live early this morning (New Zealand time), 819 geocachers had accepted the Seattle company’s Kiss A Frog worldwide photo challenge, with 410 having already …

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