Tag Archive: Garmin Chirp

More Trash Talk …

I got well and truly trashed on Saturday … but it was for a good cause, GC33F40 Glenside CITO – A Capital Event (Wellington). And I wasn’t alone.  More than 30 other Kiwi geocachers, aged two and up, gathered for this early-morning cleanup – only the second ever Cache In Trash Out held in the …

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Rubbishing A Local Cache

Caching in my hometown of Wellington is rubbish … or at least it will be on September 24th. All this trash talk is in aid of GC33F40 Glenside CITO – A Capital Event (Wellington), being held from 9.30am to 11.30am at the point where Porirua Stream intersects with this small community. Event organiser Bryan Taylor …

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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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Feeling Chirpy? Read The Fine Print

A chirp a day keeps Groundspeak away? Perhaps that’s the hope of Garmin’s Opencaching.com team, with today’s announcement that it will be giving away one chirp wireless beacon every day for the next few months. To enter its ‘Chirp-a-Day’ sweepstakes, American cachers – that’s right no foreigners allowed – must publish an approved cache at OC.com before …

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Poll position: your winner

You voted, and voted and voted … And the result of It’s Not About The Numbers’ readers’ choice poll was a landslide victory for American Robert Harwell (GC name: harwell5), of North Carolina. Congratulations Robert, your new Garmin chirp is in the mail. Two weeks ago Harwell, who helps runs the Greater Charlotte Geocaching Club, …

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Now You Be The Judge

Drum roll please … After much debate, the It’s Not About The Numbers judging panel has chosen a winner for its Garmin chirp giveaway – Anne Garman (nurse nanna). Her entry vividly portrayed the competition’s theme and our blog’s name by recording the geocaching journey, rather than the destination. In this case, that journey was …

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And The Entries Are …

It’s Not About The Numbers is feeling rather chirpy about all the amazing entries in our Garmin chirp promotion. Thank you to everybody who submitted a photo or video that shows why it’s not about the numbers for them. Tomorrow we’ll announce the lucky winner and runner-up but, for now, you get to consider who’d you would …

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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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