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Show 393.0: Geocacher CALLS the bomb squad

On our geocaching podcast today, we have several interesting stories to share with you including an unusual “Bomb Scare” story in reverse.

We also share tools to carry when caching in Saudi Arabia, some feedback on Letterbox Hybrids, a great website for tracking trackables, some good cameras for geocaching, an update on the “Geocaching Jolt” story and more.
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Links mentioned in the show
Hikers discover 40-year-old handwritten note on Sequoia peak
Long-lost letter leads to local judge

CAMERAS – waterproof, geotagging, point & shoot
Panasonic Lumix TS4 12.1
Pentax Optio WG-2
Canon PowerShot D20

Chicken Fried Bacon Letterbox Hybrid
Atlas Quest Letterboxing site

Geotribes – interactive maps & statistics for trackables

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1 comment to Show 393.0: Geocacher CALLS the bomb squad

  • Stevens8

    I was thinking about the update on Sean’s trips to public restrooms, I have a 4 year old who thinks that the bathroom is her stage platform. She sings about her life, what she likes, what her friends like to play, and all of those wonderful things in her life. The only thing, she does it LOUD! People walking by the restrooms laugh and chuckle as they pass by, not to mention the people coming out of said restroom. People start to venture closer to see what it is they are hearing. I’m quite used to it now, but at first, I always thought she was needing some help. Which was tough sometimes, I.e. when she’s in the girls room and her mother is nowhere to be found. I did find a remedy for the sometimes embarrassing times, I start to sing with her. That always does the trick! Thanks for the update, glad to know I’m not the only parent with kids and their peculiar potty etiquette. Keep on caching!

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