Tag Archive: Cumbyrocks

Six Months On And Still Resolute

Read ’em and weep, Cumbyrocks … I may (always) be trailing you when it comes total finds but I’m obviously better at setting geo-resolutions. As some It’s Not About The Numbers readers may recall, my own geo-year runs from January 1st to December 31st so I get to see my darling brother’s half-yearly report before …

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Geocacher’s Puzzle TB: Filling In The Blanks

Here’s the final piece of the puzzle … Recently, It’s Not About The Numbers gave away two jigsaw blanks from the  popular Geocacher’s Puzzle TB TB1CNE2) – thanks to the generosity of its owner Brenda Shirey. The lucky recipients were popular Arizona blogger Erika Jean (GC handle: ErikaJean), and New Zealander Deb Webb (GC handle: …

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Be A Muscle Mann

  Geocacher Todd Elliott is challenging you to bulk up – not your muscles but your daily finds rate. To celebrate his second geo-anniversary, the New Zealander (GC handle: TMANN421) recently placed GC2WZAD The Great Bulk Finding Challenge, a premium member-only mystery hide in his hometown of Waikanae. In reality, it’s an easy find at the …

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XOX OX

Read ‘em and weep, Cumbyrocks … Today I got a box of Opencaching goodies in the mail – much like the parcel American blogger OX Cacher received all those months ago, inspiring my geo-sibling’s plaintiff e-plea to Garmin. Once opened, my own cache turned out to hold Opencaching caps, lanyards, pins, stickers and … some of the …

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Blogging By The Numbers

History may never repeat but It’s Not About The Numbers is more than happy to reprint the article Geocaching in Australia ran about Cumbyrocks and myself … FROM PAGE 29 OF VOLUME ONE: They can deny it all they like, but it is about the numbers for most geocachers … and that’s the case for two New …

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Our TB Cannonball Run

“And they’re racing …” After months of cache hiccups and some stalling on my part, round two of the Great Geocaching Sibling Showdown has finally begun. The contenders in this familial spat are Cumbyrocks’ Big Red Car TB33HAQ and my own kjwx’s Highway Patrol TB33HBP, both toy cars released as trackables last March as a …

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Californian school picks Cumbyrocks 'Trainspotting' cache for TB project destination

A friend alerted me to the project Mr Miller’s (Room 162) class at Chalone Peaks Middle School has taken on. They have the Travel Bug Trev’s Tag heading this way with its final destination being my cache ‘Train Spotting‘. You can check out Mr Miller’s Bug Tracker for more information and to keep track of …

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