Saturday, October 18, 2014

31 Days of Adventure - Advanced or not so advanced Geocaching

I am joining the Nester's 31 Days of Writing.  Check out my entire series - "31 Days of Adventure."
Geocaching Block Party

We are big time geocachers besides basic caching.  There is a whole community of cachers who offer events or different approaches to caching. Click here for my first post on geocaching, " Finding Tupperware with million dollar satellites."

GeoTours-These custom tours showcase engaging geocaches designed to introduce you to new locations. We are big fans of the Washington State Centennial Geo Tour as our cache at Peace Arch is part of this series of caches.  We managed to log 50 of these caches and had an incredible summer of 2013. Some more info about our 100th Year, 100 Parks, 100 Geocaches - Washington State Park GeoTour.

Cache Machines-A cache machine is a set route of geocaches that everyone tries to complete either individually or as a group.  Usually you start as a group and as the day progresses people split off.
Mt Vernon Cache Machine
North Kitsap Cache Machine
Boundary Bay Cache Machine

Events - We have attended anything from a pot luck to a full blown Halloween event with the geocaching community. I even had the chance to shoot a zombie in the nose with a paint ball gun. 
Chance to Shoot Zombies at GeoZombie Run
Chuck pointing to the paint ball I lodged
in Zombie's nose

Geo Monster Ball
CITO Larabee State Park
GeoZombie Run

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