Chances are there’s at least one person in your family who’s into Pokemon Go. An international phenomenon, by July 12 of 2016 there were already 21 million users playing the digital version of the 90s card game. Pokemon Go is all…Read More
As our geocaching journey continues, I’m always impressed by the creative cache containers people come up with. Building on my original post, 10 Unique Geocaching Containers, here are five more that earned one of my favorite points: Magnet Cache Do you…
Hidden throughout the 80-acres and over 20 educational and specialty gardens that comprise The Oregon Garden in Silverton are 10 public and 20 private geocaches. Created as a fundraiser to support for the garden’s GPS mapping project, geocachers are invited…
Nine Great Books on Geocaching: some are basic, others are advanced, some emphasize the social aspect of the sport, while others stay focused on technology. Find the right book to get you going on the sport.
Road Trips for Families returned to Florida to geocache by kayak along the Great Calusa Blueway near Ft. Myers Beach. On the adventure, we used two GPS devices, a Earthmate PN-40 by DeLorme and a eTrex Venture HC by Garmin, to find hidden treasure along the beach.
Family Navigation.com, a website for families integrating geocaching into their daily lives, is today’s guest post on Road Trips for Families. Learn how to geocache on a road trip and how the Geocache Diet can change your habits and your outlook on life.