- in Washington or Anywhere.
GPS Cache Hunts - Treasure Hunt - GPS Hide & Seek !
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Geocaching is a 'Hide and Seek' or Treasure game using the multi-million
dollar U.S. Government satelite navigation system of the
(GPS) Global Positioning System
for Play and Fun. People like you will hide a 'treasure' in a weather
proof container, from small to large. Containers may ranger from film
canisters or pill bottles to tupperware or even five gallon buckets.
Geocachers will hide a 'cache' then post the logitude and latitude
coordinance of the cache at one of the websites that allows posting of
geocashe locations. Using the latidutinal
and logitudinal coordinances, you will hunt for the cache using a GPS
device or a GPS app. on your cell phone. You will record your find on
the log included with the cache and maybe exchange the treasure for a
new one, then replace the cache. Geocache sites may be in parks,
buildings, or on the street, hidden so those passing by will not stumble
upon the cache yet make it challenging for the geocacher (you) to find.
Enjoy and put your tax dollars to fun!
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Forums - Locations -
Stores - GPS Games -
- Geocaching In Auburn,
Categories and Links in RED are essential
information for the beginner Geocacher.
What is Geocaching?
High Tech Treasure Hunt - article
Beginnerís Guide - step by step planning
Choosing a GPS
Geocaching - A guide to hiding a Cache
Geocaching With Kids - Dinosaur Train geocaching
GPS Receiver Information
How to hide a Geocache - article
How to hide a Geocache - Environment Canada
Things To Do: Geocaching
What is WAAS?
Geocaching - Safety Activity Checkpoints - Girl
Geocaching Safety -
Recognize & Avoid Common Dangers.
JohnnyGeo - Blog -
electrical & other safety geo-hazards.
Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac Info -
Top 10 Reminders - Learn
from other geocacher's mistakes.
- Cache Types - comprehensive.
Geocaching Glossary of Terms
- Cache Types
High Tech Treasure Hunt - cache lingo
Types of Containers for Geocaching
- Carry out your Trash!
Before You Seek A Geocache-
CITO - Cache In, Trash Out!
Environmental Impacts of Geocaching
Geocachers Encouraged To Tread Lightly
Leave No Trace - Canada
NYS Parks Guidelines - geocaching
Origins of Geocaching
History of Geocaching - Geocaching.com
History of Geocaching - GPSgames.org
Short History of Geocaching
Forum - Groundspeak.
Geocaching with navicache.com
in the Pacific Northwest
BSA - Geocaching - Boy Scouts of
America & Geocaching.
Hikers, Geocachers, Photography -
Grays Harbor County Meet & Greet
Eastern Idaho Operative
Geocaching in Auburn, Washington
Trail-Link - Trails in the General Auburn Area
Geocache Locations - Around Auburn - Geocaching.com
Geocache Locations - Around Auburn - Opencaching.com
Goby - Geocashing near Auburn, Washington
GPS Devices in Auburn, WA
Radio Shack - 1201 Auburn Way
Other (Reciprocal) Links
Boy Scout Trail
Resources to bring boys through
Bushcraft Canada - Bushcraft
Information and Forums.
Central Texas Geocachers -
A website for the fun and friendly Central Texas
Geocachers and beyond.
- Seven Global Positioning System games.
GPS-Planet.com - Trucker GPS
units, Rand McNally, PC-Miler, CoPilot and Worldnav
Truck GPS units.
The Guide's Forcast - Helping
people catch more fish. Covering Oregon &
Naked Kiwi -
Hiking for unfit late starters - New Zealand
Information for RVers
about RVing - RV LifeStyle - RV Travel - Full Time
RVing - RV Maintenance - RV Repair.
- Thanks for the Hide -
Munzee Tags and a Blog.
Hotels & Motels in local
- Kent -
in local Communities -
Black Diamond -
Geocaching is fun and can be
performed while doing other activities. Geocache
while window shopping down Main Street. Geocache
while walking the City Parks. Geocache while hunting
or fishing. Geocache while hiking in the woods. Take
your boy or girl scouts geocaching. Geocache while
waiting your turn at the Tennis Courts. Liven up
your dog walks with geocaching. Take a break from
studying and geocache in the library. RV or other
cross country trips are made more enjoyable when
geocaching along the way. With literally millions of
caches hidden around the world there is almost
always a geocache near you. Geocaching is one of
America's fastest growing recreational activities.