09/14/08 – Geocaching In The News

Posted in In The News on Sep 14, 2008

The ‘Mardi Gras – Cachers Gone Wild’ event in Wellington, Ohio brought Geocachers from 10 states and 2 foreign counties. You can read about several of them here.

The Mills family from Alexandria, VA were Geocaching in Washington state when ‘The Penninsula Gateway’ caught up with them. You can read more here.

William Lakus is mentioned in this article here about the Trek Ten Trails event in Florida’s Polk County. The Geocaching part of this event brought participants from 71 Florida cities in 29 counties as well as visitors from 30 states, four Canadian provinces, England and Ireland.

There was a new Geocaching blog released this week that give homage to those crafty cachers that create those cool caches. It’s called HeadHardHat’s Ingenious Cache Inventor (yep, the same HeadHardHat from ‘I’m Not Obsessed’) and it is located here.

The West Whiteland township of Pennsylvania has approved a policy to allow Geocaches to be placed in their parks. They join several other townships, including Pennsbury, Warwick and New Garden, that participate in Geocaching. There’s more on this here.

Concerns over roadside caches in Wyoming was brought to our attention in this article here.

And that’s the way we saw this week in Geocaching! Seriously, these were a few interesting Geocaching related news articles that we came across this week that we wanted to share.

Oh, btw, you can always find more weekly Geocaching news here and here.

Keep on cachin’!

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One Response to “ 09/14/08 – Geocaching In The News ”


  1. Shea -

    The Mardi Gras Geocachers Gone Wild event sounds hilarious. Where do they come up with this stuff? I can see how it brought people from around the country!


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