Show 501.0: Boat Caching

On our geocaching podcast today, we have some tips on hiding and finding boat-accessible caches and an important CITO warning from a listener. We'll also share some info on planning ahead for the solar eclipse in 2017, a listener's very large geo-mobile, a caching event game, some cool GeoTours and much more. 

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The Great American Geocaching Eclipse of 2017
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3 Responses to Show 501.0: Boat Caching

  1. Randy Hodges January 20, 2015 at 12:48 pm #

    We are planning on an extended rafting, kayaking, and geocaching trip in August of 2017 to see the eclipse. We will be on the John Day River in central Oregon. It is an easy river that we can take the grand kids on. It also has great fishing!

    We were in Mexico for the last total eclipse to hit North America in 1991. It was awesome. We have been anxiously awaiting the next one. If you miss this one, the next will be in 2024!

    Randy (aka Randallh)

    • PodCacher January 21, 2015 at 8:13 pm #

      Sounds like awesome plans!!

  2. Mike Pacholik
    Mike Pacholik January 25, 2015 at 10:12 pm #

    I was in North Dakota last month and any boat caches I could walk out to since the water in all the lakes was frozen. That would be a good time to place caches on islands and trees that are sticking out of the ice and when the water thaws then publish the hide.

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