May 18, 2006

Geocaching Season is Here - Tips for the hunt

Geocaching is a great way to get out into the wilderness and try out that GPS that's been collecting dust in the house all winter. Well, as droves of geocachers are trudging into the woods, some people start to twitch about the damage that you can inflict on nature as you turn over rocks, logs and leaves looking for that cache. Well, with the Geocaching season starts for those of us in the northern hemisphere, the folks over at treadlightly.org have complied a list of tips that will help you enjoy Geocaching while leaving nature in tact for the next geocacher to come along.

If you haven’t tried out Geocaching, you should. Geocaching has you use your GPS to track down a cache of trinkets that you get trade you cheapie trinket for another cheapie trinket. For me, it’s a great way to get out into nature and enjoy the hunt for a small little find. For more information, check out the Geocaching site.

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Posted by Scott Martin at May 18, 2006 11:03 PM

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