There were heaps of baddies around but no goodies in sight.
In late August I placed a series of nine geocaches along the Old Mail Route between Paringa (in SA) and Lake Cullulleraine (in Vic). The cache description states the caches are dry weather only caches. Unfortunately, there have been a number of instances already where geocachers have become stuck whilst completing the series. Everlasting became…
Today as part of the Riverland Rendezvous 2 – Chowilla Floodplain CITO event an intrepid group of geocachers went geocaching on the Chowilla floodplain whilst collecting litter in and around a number of geocaches.
This is the GSAK macro that we use to transfer all our Geocaching waypoints as Points of Interest (POI’s) on our Nuvi.
It’s a high tech Easter egg hunt. Someone hides a container of inexpensive knickknacks – a cache. Then they post its latitude & longitude on the internet, and other people go hunting for it. If they find it they trade knickknacks and sign a log to record their visit. The minimum you have to have to play is a handheld GPSr (Global Positioning Satellite receiver). Global Positioning Satellites are used in all forms of navigation today. They send signals that these receivers use to figure out where on the surface of the earth they are.