Month: May 2010

How Would I Describe Geocaching?

Fun, nerdy, exhausting, fear inducing, exhilarating, childish,thrilling, puzzling, time wasting, challenging, easy, tough, thought-provoking, friendly, escape from reality, natural, hi tech, bizarre, waste of time, frustrating, ridiculous, brilliant, sly, all-encompassing, demanding, sophisticated, satisfying,maddening, taxing, tricky, elusive, stimulating, exciting, perplexing, baffling, pleasing, discovering, adventuresome, exploration, a journey, enjoyable, entertaining, cool,  welcoming, geeky,sociable, solo activity, absurd, awesome, intense, stealthy, sneaky, crafty, silly,… Read more →

Geocache Diet – Day 124 – Geocaching Movies I Would Like To See

Did you know there was a movie that features Geocaching?  It is true. Ok, maybe it isn’t a summer blockbuster or an Academy award nominee but it is an actual movie nonetheless.  Splinterheads is about an unmotivated young slacker who becomes infatuated by a girl who works in a travelling carnival who unleashes her trapped adventurous spirit through geocaching.  This teenage… Read more →

What Makes Someone a Real Geocacher?

Like any activity, especially one that has so much variety within the activity itself, geocaching has some good natured snobbery associated with it.  There are many definitions of what makes someone a ‘real’ geocacher and what ‘real’ geocaching is.  Here are some of the opinions I have encountered. A real Geocacher is: Someone who has found a lot of caches. … Read more →