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Geocachers Save Two Women Stuck In Desert

From The Denver Channel.Com – http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/24759140/detail.html GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Two men looking for geocaches ended up also finding two women trapped in sand and debris. Roy Joseph and Paul Fox went geocaching last week in what’s called the Delores Triangle area, south of Grand Junction on the Colorado-Utah border. “We were going to turn …

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Pish Posh!

Last night I went caching in Bokelt, Germany while sitting at my work desk in Wellington, New Zealand. In fact, three of my last four finds have been ‘abroad’ – yet my passport shows no movements across any international borders.

Sit here and cache

How, you ask? The joy of Armchair Caching … (At this point, seasoned hard-core cachers are going to sneer and click off this post but let me explain:)

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Rules of Thumb

These rules of thumb popped up on Latitude 47, the official Geocaching.com blog, and I thought they were humorous enough to share! 1- No matter how much advance research you do, the cache will be on the other side. 2- Any references to water/swamps/mosquitoes/tics in a cache’s description or log entries should be believed. 3- …

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