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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How to Get “FREE” Pathtags

Each year, starting in 2014, I have designed and bought my own pathtag. Every year, I have balked at the price; $110 + shipping and handling for the base price? Plus $25 for a design partner? The coupons the site offers are nice, but I wanted a cheaper option. A FREE option. When our daughter […]

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2017 Cache Maintenance Tales

Once the weather starts to warm-up, and the snow and ice melt away, I start planning my annual cache check. I see this as a required responsibility as a cache owner, and I make it a point not to place any more caches during the new season until I know all my current ones are […]

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2017 Williston Sport and Rec Show: Geocaching Presentation!

Sharing my favorite hobby, aka geocaching, is absolutely awesome. In 2016, @VisitWilliston contacted me via Instagram to see if my husband and I were interested in giving a geocaching presentation at the Williston Sport and Rec Show. Well, of course we were! So after a successful talk and captivated audience, we were given another opportunity […]

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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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Hide a Geocache, Become a CO

Yay! A new CO (cache owner) is in the making! If you’re reading this to learn how to place your own geocache and have probably made about 50 finds, congrats! The following steps are how I hide each and every one of my traditional geocaches; however, there are more than one way to hide a […]

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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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