Category Archive: Cachesense

Wherigo … My Blackberry Follows

Wherigos: Until recently I didn’t have an opinion on them. With none in my area all I had to go on was various bits on the web that suggested it was a dying breed of cache, particularly following the Garmin/Groundspeak falling out. However, it does appear as if there is a fair amount of support …

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Cumbyrocks Hate; Cumbyrocks Smash

Disclaimer: This is likely going to be a completely unjustified rant from a sleep deprived cacher with a cold. Bring on the green… I’ve just returned from a trip to another part of the country for the funeral of a family member. As much it was a sad trip it still had lots of good …

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YouTube: Use It To Help You Buy Your Next GPSr

My long-suffering geocaching widow wife was recently gracious enough to suggest I could get anew GPSr for Christmas. I immediately got all excited and started looking over all the specs and prices of the better GPSr models about. Before going further I should point out that I have been pretty impressed with my Blackberry Bold …

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Garmin Chirp: Genius or Criminal?

The recent release of the Garmin Chirp has brought a whole new innovation to geocaching that lots of people are talking about. On first impression it looks to be a great new toy that will add to the geocaching experience. From the Garmin release: Geocachers now have a new trick up their sleeves – and …

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CacheSense 3.1 Released

For those with Blackberry’s and using CacheSense (nee CacheBerry), or who are yet to make the smart move and convert, there is a new release available. CacheSense 3.1 is out and I have been fortunate to have had access to the beta releases over the last few weeks. There are lots of excellent changes that …

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Garminfone – the next great geocaching GPSr?

If you’ve read any of my posts on this blog you’ll know I’m big fan of my Blackberry Bold 9000, my main GPSr, paperless caching tool and phone, but it looks like it could have some serious competition – The Garminfone. From the maker: Garminfone™ from T-Mobile®, built on the Android™ platform, is a full-featured …

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Apparently The Best GPS For Geocaching Needs These Six Features…

I came across this article on the fairly reliable booshnews.com recently. It does come across a little as an advert for the Garmin GPSmap 478, especially as no other GPSr’s are mentioned…and it’s an article about buying your first GPSr and what to look for. The article suggests six features and it’s hard to disagree …

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GeoTools

One of my favourite things about Geocaching are the neat (yes, I used the word neat) tools and gadgets. It seems each cacher has their own method and equipment list, not to mention their own dream list. I’ve been pretty lucky from the start to have close to my dream combo of tools – so …

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