We planted two more caches yesterday. This brings our total number to five in our local area.
The two new caches are:
Our latest Travel Bug – Titanic: Maiden voyage re-run is launching from Ryeworth04.
As expected, the FTF was declared and logged with about two hours!!
But we were quick off the mark this evening. Getting the hang of the GC website alert feature – we got an email of a cache just down the road from our house. So off we went and blagged ourselves our FFTF.
100 years on – the mission is for the Titanic to successfully make the journey across the Atlantic to New York!
Read more: Titanic: Maiden voyage – the rerun
The free app is limited to nearly caches to your location and locating three apps.
You would have thought GroundSpeaks priority would be paid up customers – at £6.99 for the paid app.
Just hope the app is awaiting Apples approval!
I’m a big RSS feed user for my news. And Podcasts for my radio-style news. So aimless typed in geocaching into my podcast app searcher today. Couldn’t believe it. Loads of Geocaching podcasts. And some quite professionally done. If not a wee bit American. [I'm allowed to say that cos I lived in the States for several years - so there.] Here are two that caught my ear… …other podcasts are available.
One UK podcast, the UKGCPODCAST I’m listening to as I type. Very British. Even drink tea whilst podcasting
If you’re not into the podcast thing but would like to listen to the show – you can listen to the latest episode via the website.
Update: Just finished listening to the last monthly episode (July) and the guys said there would be no August or September episodes…next one in October.
The Second Podcast I have listened to so far is a US based one. Podcacher.com is a podcast by Sonny and Sandy from Sunny San Diego!
The husband and wife team have been doing this since 2005 and they are on show 434!! Very professional weekly show – obviously with a US slant.
Magic keys are very rare and hard to come by. If you have collected this key from a cache you are very, very lucky!
The Magic key has mystical powers and can unlock dreams, secrets and hidden worlds!
Our three trackable Travel Bugs arrived in the post today. Ordered them Monday on eBay and they arrived on cue.
Early in the morning we set out on a day trip to the Cleevedon beach. Obviously, when we found out that there was a geocache less than 50m away from the pier we just had to get our hands on it! Before we went on our search, however, we went crabbing!
So Swaging swapping is all very well. There is lots lots more fun to be had by tracking your own items around the caching world. Enter more Caching-Lingo of the Trackables with items such as Travel Bugs, GeoCoins and Cachekinz.