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That’s One Wet Geocache!

We were in Mankato, MN looking for some basic geocaches. One of the caches had the most water I have ever seen in a cache. We had a great time as a family exploring a great park with some pretty hilly terrian. What do you think of the new intro?

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Geocaching Can Make Your Kids Better Adults

A report in the Sydney Morning Herald suggests that the over-protectiveness of parents and allure of technology means kids are missing out on the benefits of interacting with nature. According to health expert Griffin Longley, from Nature Play WA: That had contributed to 14 per cent of Western Australian children developing a mental health disorder and …

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Geocaching with Preschoolers

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Geocaching with your kids can be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable experiences…but it can also be the most difficult and frustrating thing you’ll ever do. Combing the addictive desire to find the cache and the attention span of young people is, sometimes, a recipe for disaster. For those who look there are a number of very good articles out there on how to geocache with kids that can help make the experience better for all involved. As the father of two under 5’s (+ another on the way) I’ve spent plenty of time looking at this information and ideas. While the articles are great I haven’t found one that specifically dealt with my situation – Geocaching with Preschoolers!

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