Author Archives: CYBret

Emergency Logbooks

One of the resources that seems to get a lot of use here are the little Emergency Logbook pdfs. It’s always very cool for me when I pop open a cache container and find one of these logbooks inside! Recently, … Continue reading

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Geocaching Takes You to the Coolest Places

On koneko’s recent visit we knew we wouldn’t have a lot of time to find many caches, so we chose a few that she needed to complete a challenge and threw in some fun ones just for good measure. I’ll … Continue reading

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Caching with Jenn and Bret

Just about anytime koneko comes for a visit we end up shooting a video or two of us caching. It’s mostly just for our entertainment, but it’s always nice to see a few views get racked up on YouTube and … Continue reading

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Local soldier’s hobby helps save lives in Iraq

Read about how a soldier credits his geocaching experience with providing him with the skills he needs to see “things that are meant to be unseen.” Link

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Burnout – When It’s Just Not Fun Anymore

We’ve all seen it happen. One too many micros, one too many cache runs, one too many street lamps that look exactly like the last street lamp. What happens when a cacher burns out? Check out Burnout – When It’s … Continue reading

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Welcome Back to Geocacher University!

Be careful! The paint’s still wet! The site has been redesigned into a blog format, but the resources and downloads are still here, along with several articles. Keep watching for more content and new stuff!

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