The MCA Geocoin Project | TeamTaylorMT

When the Montana Climate Assessment (MCA) was published in September 2017, Suzi Taylor seized the opportunity to connect environmental researchers and geocachers in a state-wide geocoin launch. I first heard about this interesting project on Geocaching Montana’s Facebook page. Suzi (aka TeamTaylorMT) explained that she was working with a geocaching educational outreach project out of […]

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Race of the Rivals! | Magic: The Gathering

Magic: The Gathering is releasing their second international trackable promotion to announce their new card set, Rivals of Ixalan. 4 different TB designs (Merfolk, Vampires, Dinosaurs, and Pirates) will physically (not virtually, but in the wild!) race against each other from geocache to geocache to share this card game’s new set and announcements. Talk about […]

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How to Camo a Bison

Bison tubes are one of the most popular geocache containers. I for one have found and hidden my fair share of these metal capsules. Before I keep writing, I have to say that I appreciate every cache; I’m glad to have a reason to go outside, and I’m very grateful for anyone who funds my […]

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@GeoJangie’s Patron Club

Join the club, @GeJangie’s Patron Club that is, and get rewarded! I created an account with Patreon as a means to fund my blog and writing projects, plus help provide awesome rewards for my followers, readers, and advocates. In no way am I going to stop doing what I enjoy, I am only giving those […]

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First-Time GIFF Goers

The realization hit us last year: GIFF is kinda a big deal. I kept the GIFF (aka Geocaching International Film Festival) on my radar until all the events were published, and then we found the closest one to us at a mere 132 miles away in Dickinson, North Dakota. We logged a “will attend,” found […]

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8 Traits Harry Potter Shares with Geocachers

Before Sophia was born, I bought her a Harry Potter outfit – cuz I’m a bit obsessed. She was destined to dress up as a little wizard for Halloween one day. Over the years, I’ve read the entire HP series multiple times. In college, I was actually assigned to analyze and write a paper about […]

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Hide and Seek: Life Lessons of a Geocacher | Book Review

Slowly, I’ve been adding geocaching literature to my family’s library. While searching for a good addition to the shelf, multiple tweets from Gary Slinkard about his new novel caught my attention. I searched for his name on Amazon and came across two books. I bought Hide and Seek: Life Lessons of a Geocacher initially as […]

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The MAGIC of Geocaching | Magic: The Gathering

Geocaching brings people together, and some say it can be a magical experience. At least, that’s what the Magic promotion is all about – having Magic players and geocachers come together to celebrate a trackable campaign and new card set. Being inspired by this idea, I decided to make a trip over to my town’s […]

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