10 Reasons to Host an Event Cache

My family hosted an event cache this past weekend, “Coffee and Caching,” and I thought I’d share reasons why you should consider hosting your own event cache. This was my second hosted event and fourth event that I’ve attended. This also helped me get closer to achieving one of my 2017 resolutions (hosting and/or attending […]

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Discover My Geocoin Collection!

Winter, for me, means trackables.* Since the weather here in western North Dakota can be rather chilly and the snow somewhat hazardous at times, we don’t geocache that often between the months of November and March. However, this does not mean I stop my geocacher mind ticking. I like to take this time to brainstorm hides, […]

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Sophia’s Travel Bug

Only true geocachers would worry about how they would document the geocaches their little one will find with the family. When Sophia was born in July 2016, I started brainstorming how to best keep track of the geocaches she helps Jangie (her father and me) find, because she will love geocaching. I just know it. […]

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2017 Geo-Resolutions

2017 has begun! A new year, with new possibilities, new opportunities and a chance at new goals. 2016 was by far my best year yet. My husband and I got to meet our daughter, our little love. We feel content. At peace with where we are in life. Happy to be together. However, we enjoy […]

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2016 Geo-Accomplishments

As 2016 comes to a close, I’ve decided to look over the year and share all my geocaching accomplishments, as well as most notable life events. My husband and I have traveled, discovered, hiked, shared, grown, learned, achieved, and adventured more than I thought! I challenge you to reminisce and share what you’ve accomplished too. […]

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My Urban Adventure – Williston, North Dakota Style!

Urban Adventures launched a trackable promotion in October 2016, asking geocachers to show off their favorite local spots using the #localsknowgeocaching on Instagram. I luckily received one of these 1500 travel bugs and began brainstorming the cool locations I would take it. Unfortunately, blizzard conditions and wind advisories prevented me from traveling too far the […]

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Gotta Find’em All

Over Thanksgiving weekend, my husband and I decided to place a new geocache, our first multi-cache, in town. This cache has been in the works for a while, since it was initially inspired by my brother’s online store: The Last Lucky Egg Store (Instagram: @lastluckyegg). We were both excited about the new app, Pokémon Go, […]

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2016 Geocacher Wish List

The holidays should center on family and friends, appreciating the reason for the season. However, I also love brainstorming the perfect present for all the special people in my life to show them how much I really care and pay attention to their interests. So, if you feel the same as me, looking for a […]

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Geocaching Date!

Here in the MonDak region, geocaching is our go-to afternoon dating choice. We are very grateful that we live around a lot of family, and luckily, they are thrilled to babysit when we ask. This past weekend, the J’s parents watched our little cacher for a few hours, so we could go on a geocaching […]

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7 Types of Muggles

Over the years, I’ve ran into many muggles while geocaching. It’s inevitable. The question becomes, as these strangers approach, what will they say or how will they respond when I explain what I’m doing. Here’s a list of the types of muggles I’ve encountered. 1. The Concerned Neighbor  These muggles do not know that their […]

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