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Video Log: A Cacher’s Dozen

Stuck for ideas on your next hide? Here, Mike and Eileen G introduce their new YouTube channel UniqueCaches and offer 12 clever examples for It’s Not About The Numbers readers.

Points Of Light: The Evolution Of Geocaching

It starts as a single spark, a solitary beacon in the darkness, and evolves into a light-show of New Zealand’s geocaching history – well, till 2009 anyway. But no matter how many times It’s Not About The Numbers watches this historic clip, it never loses its magic. That’s all thanks to French player GarenKreiz – that’s his …

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An Oldie But A Goodie – Puzzle Cache Public Service Announcement

Signal Baby – Excellent YouTube Video

YouTube user hOneychile has uploaded an excellent video giving the 1953 classic tune Santa Baby a geocaching twist. I’m a little sceptical as to whether her Christmas wishlist is a marketing ploy for the Geocaching.com shop but, even if it is, the clip is still excellent. Take a look for yourself! [Hat Tip: GSVNoFixedAbode]  

It’s Not About The Numbers Clip

I had a little spare time during a recent Rugby World Cup match and started playing around with some photos. It all turned into this short clip – enjoy!  

Too Disgusting Not To Share

I spotted this clip whilst I was adding Geocache Spoilers to the Blogs and Links section. I’ve looked around a bag of rubbish that was spilling maggots when looking for a cache, but I’m not sure I’d be keen on this one.

The Reel Reason …

Note: Firefox users may need to right-click and select ‘Watch on Youtube’. IE and Chrome users can watch right here! . That’s right; it’s not about the numbers for American geocacher Joshua Johnson, either – unless he’s editing shots for his latest video log. For the last three years, the Minneapolis resident (GC handle: Mayberryman) …

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Geocaching.com site update preview

Anyone wanting to see what all the fuss is about with the upcoming site update can view this clip they have released: Being a fan of change I think the new site looks good, is simple to navigate and is quite stylish. Some of the new additions, such as resizing large images to fit the …

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