Yep, we’re still here! Unfortunately, we have been so busy lately with everything but Geocaching! We had a harddrive failure several weeks ago and we were without a computer for several weeks. When we did get it back it took us a couple of weeks to get things installed (we still haven’t even installed GSAK!). With winter coming (and it’s here now!) we had to get the garden ready for it’s annual sleep, clear the summer fun furniture off the patio and try to get those things around the yard that we have been putting off since June. Then the snow came and of course there was the… LOL! Ahh, the fun never ends!
Anyway, we’ll try to catch up with several Geocaching related news happenings that have been going on:
Cachers in the news (and there are a lot of them!) since our last post include:
Indiana residents Chris Miller and his wife, Crissy McMartin-Miller are featured in this article here.
Beverly Siersma is mentioned in this article.
Shelley James is mentioned in this article.
Geocacher and Airman 1st Class Aaron Myers is the Eielson Air Force Base Hall of Fame pick here.
Bill Muth, Paula and Dave Kelley and Jensen Kurtz from Traverse City, Michigan are featured in this article here.
First-timer Ben Whalen relates his adventure here in New Brunswick’s King’s County Record.
Lynn Storton, Cyndi Chidester and John Sanderson from Henderson, Nevada tell of the fun they have Geocaching in this article here.
Ti Lor and Tom Vidnovic from the Maryland Geocaching Society give the low-down on caching here.
Rob Haak, Rob Hoffman, CheektowagaChick, Dragonflyby and Dave Brown are Geocachers from Buffalo, NY that explain Geocaching in this article here.
Maryville, Missouri resident Sandy Wood, her husband Ron and their friends Cheryl Cornell and Chris Gibson are featured here.
Several Geocaching newbies were treated to the sport at a caching workshop held at a Brunswick, Maryland bookstore. You can read more here.
We said there was a lot of them!
In other news:
There’s a lengthy article about Geocaching and Groundspeak in The Vancouver Sun here that proves to be a great read.
The economic development director for Miami County, Kansas has placed 44 caches to entice Geocachers to area attractions. Read more here.
Gibsonville, North Carolina has added a caching tour based on the legend of the Confederate Civil War gold buried somewhere in town but never reclaimed. You can read about it here.
The town of Bell Buckle, Tennessee, the home of next year’s GeoWoodstock, recently ‘turned blue’ for a Diabetes Day awareness. Quell your curiosity here.
Also in Tennessee the Sevierville Visitor Center cache had to be relocated. Have a look at it here.
The Conway, Arkansas fire department recently responded to a Geocaching related bomb scare. More information can be found here.
And finally, an update on the HooHaa GeoChallenge Race, the Geocats Racer is still maintaining a wide lead with 669.4 miles, HooHaa’s Quilt jumped to 2nd with 118.2 miles, EMC’s Cookie moved back to 3rd with 112.4 miles, Kiss My Cache’s Peace Luv is in 4th with 31.1 miles, our GoGo Turtle is in 5th with 19.9 miles (32.02 kms!) and the others are still waiting to move with Hick’s World waiting to be placed. Go GoGo!
And that’s the way we saw the past few weeks in Geocaching! Seriously, these were a few interesting Geocaching related news articles that we came across that we wanted to share.
Keep on cachin’!