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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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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5 Perks of Winter Caching

As a northern North Dakota geocacher, a large portion of the year means winter caching. I don’t (always) let the white blanket of snow keep me inside under a quilt reading a book (even though I love this as a follow-up option to geocaching!). So, if you have the appropriate gear, brace yourself for the […]

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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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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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