Tag Archive: Germany

Review: Notes On A Scavenger Hunter’s Journal

BOOK REVIEW As Cumbyrocks and kjwx can read only three words on this book cover – and two of them name its author, Bernhard Hoëcker – Wellington’s Anne Dahse volunteered to review the German comedian’s first geotitle. Aufzeichnungen eines Schnitzeljägers: Mit Gëocaching zurück zur Natur by Bernhard Hoëcker Rowohlt, from US$14.07 on Amazon Reviewed by Anne …

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Too Cool Not To Highlight – The Rock by Geocaching.com Presents

Eric from Groundspeak emailed, asking us to share its latest ‘Geocaching.com Presents’ video. Having watched this clip promoting a physically taxing German hide, I have to admit it is very cool – and possibly the best journey/challenge for a cache I’ve ever watched. It doesn’t matter if you don’t speak German – just seeing what they have to do to …

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Geocache-Crazy Germans

I was a little stunned by a post highlighting Germany at Caching and Reviewing recently. Population 81 Million people, 138,000 square miles, Nearing 200,000 geocaches Comparison to California Population 37 Million people, 160,000 square miles, Nearing 100,000 geocaches. Wow, that is a lot of people and a lot of caches. It’s even more amazing when …

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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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