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Show 382.0: Lazy Loggers

On our geocaching podcast today, we share some answers to the Lazy Logger question from ASK Dr. PodCacher.

We also have an unusual find from Sweden, a big event coming soon to Wisconsin, a resource and tool of the trade, giveaways and more.
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Links mentioned in the show
Missing Men Found Alive in Fayette County
Geocaching’s Biggest Enemy Surrenders
Responsible Geocaching – blog post by ~tnphotobug
Popular geocaching comes to local parks in Tennessee

Dirk Manlee and the Wanton Widow
Challenge of the Century – Log
Hickory Dickory Doc
Spin me a Yarn!

West Bend Cache Ba$h – Information
West Bend $1000 Cache Ba$h 2012 – event page

Awesome Geocaching website
X21R Flashlight from LED Lenser
On a Wing and a Boat – an FTF story on the Ontario Geocaching Association blog

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1 comment to Show 382.0: Lazy Loggers

  • Sonny & Sandy,

    Great show this week. I really liked the segment on leaving quality logs. While I do use my GPS unit from time to time, a majority of my caches are found using my smartphone. I suspect that many of the other Geocachers out there might be the same. That being said, I find that I do leave a little shorter log while on my smartphone rather than sitting down at my computer to compose a log after the find when I get home. However the convenience of the smartphone app really make it worth using. If the cache is at an interesting place or a really cool container I do try my best to leave a creative log for the rest of the community to read.

    Thanks for the podcast and KEEP ON CACHIN’!

    Logan Wealing

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