Show 460.0: Caching Round the World

On our geocaching podcast today, we share an extended interview with Josh and Liz from the Peanuts or Pretzels travel blog, as they share some unexpected things they have discovered as they geocache around the world!

We also have a possible geocaching FIRST that a listener wrote us about, an amazing announcement related to that mysterious envelope, a new geocaching movie, a brand new contest for an awesome prize and much more. 

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Links mentioned in the show
Treasure the Movie
Facebook fan page and Fund raising site for Treasure the Movie

Peanuts or Pretzels Travel blog
Enter to Win a Mountainsmith Tour TLS Bag!
Ta Nei - Temple of Butterflies

Savalen 2014 Geocaching Event in Norway
Savalen 2014 Cache Listing
Santa's website

Official WWFM Website - WWFM XI coming on June 7, 2014
Official WWFM XI Geocoins - ready to order at!
Official WWFM XI Pathtags - ready to order at The Geocoin Store!

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2 Responses to Show 460.0: Caching Round the World

  1. Doppelbock March 15, 2014 at 9:31 am #

    Congrats on the Norway tickets, that is awesome! I loved the Peanuts or Pretzels interview, that was really enjoyable. When is the local WWFM event going to be listed? Maybe I’m oblivious but I couldn’t find it myself.

  2. ISeekTheHolyGrail March 18, 2014 at 9:45 am #

    Wow! Congratulations on the Norway trip!
    A word of caution, though: I wouldn’t count on doing any caching around Heathrow in those three(?) hours. With a bit of luck, everything could go smoothly, but don’t bet on it. I’ve spent hours (yes, literally) standing in line to get through passport and security checkpoints on Heathrow when travelling from the US to Sweden. What started out as “plenty of time to kill” ended up with a sprint from the passport checkpoint to the gate… The same thing has happened a couple of times. It’s been a while since then, but it’s not the only time Heathrow has turned out to be surprisingly slow to get through.
    I don’t mean to scare you – it’s usually fine – just don’t assume that three hours means “time to kill”. 😉
    I’m really happy for you, and I’m sure you’ll have an awesome trip!

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