Category Archive: Cumbyrocks

Another 15 Seconds Of Fame For Cumbyrocks

You won’t have seen my It’s Not About The Numbers sibling round these parts lately but he’s still avidly promoting geocaching (and busy working behind the scenes of this website) …

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The INATN Christmas Message…

As I write this it is 5:53am (NZ Time) on Tuesday 25th December…also known as CHRISTMAS DAY!!!! One small child has woken up already, although I suspect he is too little to realise what’s happening. I also realise that many of our wonderful readers are also still sleeping and waiting for Santa to arrive. It …

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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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Geocaching Featured In Wilderness Magazine

Check it out …Wilderness magazine’s feature article this month is all about geocaching! It’s a great article; very well written, and definitely worth a read. Not only is the geocaching article excellent but the whole magazine is a great read, especially if you are planning on a visit to New Zealand sometime soon … perhaps …

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Cast Your Vote: Sexy Sibling 2011

 

On The Air With Twin Cities Geocaching Podcast

Hands up if you’ve heard Peter – aka Cumbyrocks – on the latest episode of Twin Cities Geocaching Podcast? He was interviewed by show co-host Eric Zierdt (GC handle: sir_zman) – that’s his avatar right – a few weeks back about It’s Not About The Numbers and geocaching in New Zealand – and he sounds very …

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Putting Himself On The Geo-Map

Sshhh! Check out the present I got for Peter’s birthday next month – a map of his geo-milestones created by CajunABear. The American cacher tells It’s Not About The Numbers how he’s hoping this hobby will map out for him. Wayne Hebert can’t tell you where you’re going but he can show you where you’ve been. …

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