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Show 395.0: Good Caching Reads

On our geocaching podcast today, we have some interesting geocaching-related books that you might want to check out for Christmas.

We also share about a new geocaching video network, some new answers to the question of planning a caching trip with friends, a story about off-roading in a sedan, contest winners and much more

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Links mentioned in the show
Deployment of Europe’s Galileo constellation continues
The Geocaching Network on YouTube
Ravenland on Facebook – check out the teaser video
2012 Podcacher Secret Santa Gift Exchange

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New Books (affiliate links)
Discovered – Memoires of a Geocoin Designer by Chris Mackey
Cached Out by Russ Atkinson – or check out the Kindle version
Creative Containers for Geocaching by Vince Migliore
The Unofficial Field Manual to Geocaching by Robyn Broyles

Previous Book Mentions (affiliate links)
GPS and Geocaching in Education – by Burt Lo
First to Find – by Mark Gessner
The Joy of Geocaching – by Paul and Dana Gillin
Abomination – by Colleen Coble
Open Your Heart with Geocaching – by Jeannette Cezanne
Geocaching for Schools and Communities

Project Geocaching – check out the Map Compare feature
Suzu the Geo-mobile
Owl Prowl Geocaching Event Video (Part 1) and (Part 2)
Photos from Ckayak’s 10,000th find at S4CZ #5: high voltage

NEW CONTEST: Win a Geocaching Book – 4 winners!


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