Geocaching was a popular news item a few years back, but while the buzz has come and gone, it's still something that most people will have fun trying out at least once.
It all starts at the website, where you search for a cache or two that sound fun (check the ratings and reviews) and download the coordinates into your phone or handheld GPS.
Back in 2007, I was one of twenty teachers to be trained by Gary Lewis to be a trainer of Earthcaches.
I signed up for geocaching and created Louisiana’s first Earthcache down in Lafayette.
During the interrogation it turned out that he did not try to break into Ukraine, but participated in the online game "Geocaching".
The press service of the Frontier Department of the Federal Security Service of Russia for Crimea informs that the incident occurred on November 3.
But that's ok, digging around for a cache is half the fun!
The caches are generally small sealable containers that can be hidden easily, and will have little trinkets (called swag or geoswag) you can trade for something of your own, plus a log book.I had lived in Natchitoches for eleven years and I still have family that we visit regularly in Many.Besides family, the Oops Louisiana Parish Challenge and Houma Geotour draws us to Louisiana.There are caches hidden all over the world in cities and forests and everything in between.There is no right or wrong way to get started in geocaching, but, hopefully, this post will inspire you to try out an exciting new hobby.My friend David Faerber, of the Faerbers tried to get me involved between 20 when my wife and daughter became involved, but I was not interested.