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Diabetic geocachers

Geocaching has been one of my favorite activities the past three years. It's a fun way to stay active and meet new friends, plus another perk for us techies out there!

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I'm running out of caches!

Started by wvdrummer. Last reply by Jonathan Dew Feb 28, 2011. 10 Replies

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Comment by christina on August 30, 2012 at 3:21am

hi there hows the hunting going? i just found my 1st cache a few weeks ago had a good day out... does anyone here hunt for munzees?

Comment by chelp on September 14, 2011 at 8:06am
I found several caches in FL. this spring but haven't had time this summer. I am going to try to get some this fall. I do enjoy finding new places off the beaten path.
Comment by Mike on August 27, 2011 at 10:25am
Planning on hiking through a state park tomorrow and grabbing several caches. Looking forward to the hike since it has been several weeks since I was able take a whole day to cache since my work schedule has been busy.
Comment by Mike on August 21, 2011 at 7:44pm
Enjoyed grabbing a couple caches with my daughters dog Charlie this weekend.
Comment by chelp on February 23, 2011 at 7:40pm
Heading out tomorow with another couple . taking lots of water and snacks and a meter.
Comment by Mike LeBlanc, Jr. on March 5, 2010 at 12:49pm
My wife and I have been caching since October, currently using the IPhone app and it works well. We are looking for a good handheld for the summer. We are Mike_Jen on the geocaching site and we are an ever growing and changing team called Team Purple Nature Ninjas...the little kids call it treasure hunting and they are great for hunting down the nano caches!!!!
Comment by Todd T. on January 19, 2010 at 10:12pm
Just went over 500, my wife is luke warm over it. She was with me for about a dozen of them. I try to fit it in when we are not doing anything, sometimes I get carried away and have to get "just one more" so I end up late. I like it because it sort of "secret". I get to walk a lot, solve puzzles, get out doors and see parts of my own city that I did not know existed. My brother got into it just last May and he already is past me -- he is crazy over it. I haven't been to any of the gatherings; I just like to solitude (although my brother and I have taken road-trips just to see how many we can bag). It is easy to do; a small investment of about $100 for a GPS (you can use the car kind but be sure you can enter coordinates - even better if you can upload them from your computer), and that is it. Visit www.geocaching.com and read all about it. Good luck. Questions?
Comment by christina on January 19, 2010 at 7:56pm
Hi everyone, been thinking of doing this for sometime now just gotta get the hubby thinking the same way..lol looks like lots of fun :-)
Comment by Joe D. on August 22, 2009 at 4:05pm
I just passed 1,000 finds last month. Next week, I will have all the find icons when I visit the GPS Adventure maze in Arkansas. October will also be my fifth anniversary of geoecaching. :)
Comment by George Simmons on July 16, 2009 at 1:28pm
Just started and so far loving it!!
 

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