Before COVID-19, I was hiking every weekend. This blog is about hike #4, the Rust Bucket Trail.
[So what if I was supposed to write the 31 Days of Geocaching in the month of October 2014! Maybe life got a little busy. It’s my blog and I will fill in my 31 days when I want to. Ha!] This is geo-art:… Continue Reading “Geo-Art”
#1 – WAIT Though an official statement does not exist, it is generally recommended that a cacher find at least 100 caches before he/she attempts to hide a geocache. Spending time finding geocaches gives a cacher the opportunity to see many different ways in… Continue Reading “Hiding a Geocache (10 Considerations)”
While attending the GeoFest in the Parks event at Chewacla State Park, we learned the details for the Alabama State Park Diamond Treasure Challenge. Hatched in the mind of the uber-cacher simply known as Woodnutt, this challenge requires cachers to find 8 caches hidden… Continue Reading “Our ASP Diamond Treasure Challenge Adventure”
WherIGo caches are a relatively new type of geocache. Do not allow the fact that there aren’t many of these caches in existence mislead you into thinking that they aren’t totally awesome. Every WherIGo we have completed has been worth the time. A wherigo… Continue Reading “All About WherIGo Caches”