Geocaching along Summit Trail: Our #MWGeoTrail Adventure!

Mountain Warehouse inspired our most recent adventure – hiking North Dakota’s Summit Trail. We were ecstatic to receive a Mountain Warehouse trackable in the mail, plus amazing gear from their store to help promote their 2017 summer campaign. I wanted to write this post to share Mountain Warehouse’s promotion, our recent summer hike in the […]

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7 Signs You’re an Insta-Cacher

One of my favorite outlets for sharing my geocaching adventures is Instagram. Hi, my name is Angie, and I’m addicted to Insta-Caching. Here are 7 signs you might be addicted to snapping geocaches’ portraits too. You Aim to Capture the Cache’s “Good Side” and the GZ’s Scenery Good photographers will do anything for that perfect […]

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Summer P.E. and Geocaching

We have some awesome teachers in our town! The summer P.E. teachers are extra cool in my book, because, for the past couple years, my husband has taught a class on geocaching for two summer P.E. sessions. This year, I helped him. I’d like to share what worked best for us, in case you need […]

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Event Cache Games

Pizza, geocaching, and games! A fellow Instagram-geocacher, @emilierene, decided to take a road trip through my area, and I wanted to host a fun event for her to attend with her parents, as well as the other cachers in town. Since the event was set at supper time, we chose a pizza place for the location. […]

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8 CO Pet Peeves

Lately, I’ve been a bit bummed as a cache owner. Don’t get me wrong, I love placing hides, especially unique ones, for other cachers to find, giving them reasons to go outside and explore. However, when I have to archive some super neat containers, either that I’ve bought or created, I get disappointed in the […]

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Our First CITO Event!

This past weekend, my husband and I traveled to Dickinson, ND for our first CITO Event! CITO means “Cache In, Trash Out” and is celebrated during Earth Day week. Geocachers receive a special souvenir symbolizing their efforts in keeping our “game board,” aka the earth, clean. We were excited to take a day to meet […]

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My Little Free Library Geocache

Geocaching pushed me to be bold this past month. Equipped with my husband, a diversion safe, and Kat Kroneberg’s Dream Big Trackable, I published a new type of geocache in my town. I have always loved the idea of Free Little Libraries, small wooden boxes where a person can trade or donate their used books, […]

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