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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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Merry Christmas From INATN!

I’d planned to begin this festive season post by saying “another year” had passed … but then realised it has only been just over a year since It’s Not About The Numbers first started. In fact, it was on December 20 last year that we migrated to our own domain, having existed on WordPress.com for …

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Cumbyrocks: Some Thoughts On OpenCaching(.com) Now

So OpenCaching.com is one year old. At the time it was released, I was awaiting the arrival of my third child, who was born one month later. It occurred to me earlier today that as they were both born about the same time that there may be some similarities here. No, I’m not about to …

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Best Geocaching Birthday Present Ever

The email alert on my Blackberry chimed at 2.30pm on a bright and sunny Sunday. I noted the subject line, ‘On your marks, get set …’, as I opened it up. ‘Go!’. Nothing else to read, though I noticed a jpg attached to kjwx’s message and opened it up to reveal an image of a …

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Are You Game To Help Groundspeak?

Groundspeak has a new game it wants to play with you – Twenty Questions. In its weekly newsletter, the Seattle company asks geocachers to complete its new Groundspeak Member Survey so that staff can set goals for the coming 18 months. “Each October, the Groundspeak lackeys commence planning for the following year. We want you …

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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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Keep Your Eyes On The Facebook Prize

Do you have an uncanny ability to win prizes? Are you always the envy of all your geo-friends when you instantly locate the cache after they’ve been searching for 20 minutes or more? If yes, then this might be the perfect giveaway for you. To celebrate It’s Not About The Numbers’ new Facebook group, we …

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2012 NZ MEGA Event Now In Dunedin

Hot of the NZ Recreational GPS Society press – The proposed 2012 NZ MEGA event has been shifted from earthquake-hit Christchurch to Cumbyrocks’ hometown,  Dunedin! From NZ GPS Society President Moneydork: GNS Science (the NZ Government’s earthquake monitoring agency) currently lists Christchurch as having a 30% probability of having another magnitude 6 or greater earthquake …

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