November 4, 2010

First Chirp Enabled Caches Appear

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The first Chirp-enabled Caches are appearing around the world, with a few dozen already hidden. They seem to be concentrated here enthusiastic Cachers are hiding a few of them; there is even one already hidden in New Zealand and in the UK.


It's only been a little over two weeks since Garmin Announced the Chirp wireless module for helping people enjoy the Geocaching treasure hunt game.


Like I thought, a lot of these are Chirp-Only caches where you need the Garmin Wireless handhelds to pick up the Chirp signal along the way or path continuing on to find the ultimate cache. Also, unfortunately for the general member, a lot of these are Premium Member only caches. Caches with a "Wireless Beacon" requirement will be shown with the icon below in the right margin showing off the attributes of the cache.

Have fun; the Chirp works with the select Dakotas, Oregons and GPSMap units.

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Posted by Scott Martin at November 4, 2010 10:20 AM

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