03/01/08 – Geocaching In The News • Mar 01, 2009
Well, in this issue we’ve got lots of cachers, great new uses for GPS, a couple of bomb scares and the latest standings for the HooHaa Travel Bug Race. Read on:
Lisa Brauer, Dan Shea, Cathy Weaver and about 40 other members of the West Central Nebraska Cachers Group met recently for their annual chili feed. You can read more here.
Thirteen year-old Elliot Patnode and sixteen year-old Andy Kittleson, Geocachers from the Ontario County 4-H Club, use their GPSr’s for a community effort of marking their town’s fire hydrants. You can read more here. There is a similar related article here.
Geocacher and author Colleen Coble is interviewed here. Her recent book, ‘Abomination’, is a murder mystery which is centered around Geocaching.
Sue Sandar, the Fraser Valley Ambassador of the B.C. Geocaching Association, is mentioned in this article regarding a Geocaching seminar held last week in Chilliwack.
Geocacher Mark Myers takes Tim O’Shea, both from New Hampshire, out for his first cache hunt in this humorous article here.
Bill and Debby Floerchinger from Minnesota explained Geocaching to approximately 60 people at a “Global Positioning Systems (GPS) in Today’s World” seminar recently. You can read more here.
Geocacher John Bowe from Warrensburg, NY is featured in this Geocaching related article here.
Park officials at Anoka County and Brooklyn Park in Minnesota are seriously looking at policy chnages that will allow Geocaching in their parks. You’ll find more info here.