Original Can of Beans – The Ultimate Geocaching Swag

Some people chase storms; other people travel thousands of miles to catch a glimpse of the northern lights, while many geocachers long to set eyes on an old, rusty can of beans. The Original Can of Beans is the ultimate in geocaching swag. First things first, in case you haven’t heard of it, here’s the lowdown: What … More Original Can of Beans – The Ultimate Geocaching Swag

16 Reasons to go Geocaching on the Emerald Isle

Regular readers will be well aware of my bias concerning how amazing the Emerald Isle is. When I was younger, I used to wonder why many Americans I met outside of Ireland would delight when they heard I was Irish and tell me they’d always wanted to visit. It truly baffled me. It’s only in more recent years … More 16 Reasons to go Geocaching on the Emerald Isle

Guest Post by Sally Collins: 10 GPS Devices to Help you go Geocaching

The modern-day treasure hunt, geocaching, calls for a modern day map – a GPS device. Of course a GPS is more than a map. It helps sportsmen, hunters, and anyone else who needs to navigate outdoors find their way by using satellites. With geocaching, you want a GPS that will help you find your way, … More Guest Post by Sally Collins: 10 GPS Devices to Help you go Geocaching

14 Tips for Submitting a Final Worthy GIFF Entry

With less than three months to go until entries for GIFF 2017 close (the deadline is 1st August), I collaborated with the experts to compile a list of top tips for creating your own final worthy film! What is GIFF anyway? GIFF is the Geocaching International Film Festival, where geocachers submit films about, well, geocaching, … More 14 Tips for Submitting a Final Worthy GIFF Entry