There are lots of Geocachers in the news this week, Geocaching with eagles and a big lead taken in the Travel Bug race! Read on…
Katherine Tracey, her husband, Rodney, and her sister were out caching on the new Maryland Municipal League Geocache Trail recently and are featured in this article here. There is also another article here.
Colette Jessen of Grant from Imperial, NE and her sister, Brenda Ledall and Ledall’s son Callin are featured in this article here.
Claire Coco and Jeff Sibley are mentioned in a recent article in Louisiana’s The Advocate. Coco spent thent past week hiding caches for an upcoming ‘Swamp Treasure Hunt’. You can read more here.
Here’s a great, three page article from ‘down under’ which mentions Geocachers Darren Osborne and Linda Broschofsky. You can read more here.
Marcy Davidson from Twain Harte, California writes an adveturous tale of Geocaching with her husband, Gary where, instead of a cache, they found a snake! You can read more here.
Bill Primrose, Jerry Edmunson and John Boettiger from Brazoria County, Texas are featured in this article here.
In an interesting article here you can read about Bill Morrison V, 17, of New Hope, Minnesota and his father Bill Morrison IV who have Geocached in all 72 of Minnesota’s state parks!
Now here’s a great addition to just looking for caches on your next outing. Between Alton and Harding, Illinois you can look for eagles too! How cool! Read more about this great opportunity here.
And finally, in the HooHaa GeoChallenge Race all the competitors drop back a spot as TripCyclone’s Easy Flyer jumped to 1st place with 8007.1 miles after returning from a short vacation in Hawaii. (Psssst… and it looks like it’s off again!)
And that’s the way we saw this week, or so, in Geocaching! Seriously, these were a few interesting Geocaching related news articles that we came across this week that we wanted to share.
Keep on cachin’!