I’ve been geocaching for about 15 years… I don’t actively seek out caches anymore like I used to but maybe the Mega Event that I attended in Yuma, Arizona will re-ignite my geocaching spidey senses and I’ll find myself checking
Back in 1962, Tony Bennett sang a song called “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” and although I didn’t know that song till many years after he sang it, I’ve since discovered he and I have much in common
A couple of weeks ago, over the period of a couple of days, I found thirty geocaches. (It’s not really as spectacular as it might sound – my all-time record in one day is 84, found in New Mexico at
If you’ve ever been to Quartzsite, Arizona, in any January, you would never recognize it today. The huge RV lots with hundreds of monster-sized high-dollar all-the-bells-and-whistles motor homes, trailers and fifth-wheels, are gone, empty asphalt slabs now in their place.
Geocaching in the Pacific Northwest means being ready for anything – rain, sun, heights, narrow trails, muddy paths, creeks. You name it, it'll be out there, and if you plan on finding these little treasures all year long, go prepared.
The Chinese Year of the Water Dragon comes around once every 60 years and I was born smack dab in the middle of the last one. I hope you enjoy this pictorial look back on the past twelve months of