Show 528.0: Georgia and GeoTours

On our geocaching podcast today, we have a chat with MissJenn at Geocaching HQ about GeoTours and then we share an interview with Kim from Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites about their geotours and all that Georgia has to offer to geocaching visitors. We also have more feedback on “more later” logs, a listener RAVE about a unique new type of geocache and much more.

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Links mentioned in the show
GeoTours main page and check out the Video here
Lake Eildon: 1st GeoTour in Australia
South Downs: 1st GeoTour in a UK National Park
Hatfield McCoy House: 1st GeoTour with GeoArt

Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites and Facebook page and Instagram
Wormsloe Historic Site
Roosevelt’s Little White House Historic Site
Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site
Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge
Cloudland Canyon State Park
F.D. Roosevelt State Park
James H. Floyd State Park

Caching in Oceanside - Youtube Video
2014 Race to Norway #2 - Three Stars, Canada
The Ultimate Urban Geocache Label Survey
Yolo County's First Reverse Wherigo

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One Response to Show 528.0: Georgia and GeoTours

  1. Twentse Mug September 23, 2015 at 1:46 pm #

    Thank you for another nice show! Wonderful like always.

    The information about the geotours is interesting. However, personally I have mixed feelings about it. Geotours geocaches from organizations with entrance fees and sponsors are different from the free geocaches from the volunteer geocaching community that we have now. I’m not sure if I like to see geocaching going in a commercial direction. But I’m happy to have more background information about geotours, thanks for that!

    Anyway, I wish you lots of fun in Georgia and I’m looking forward to your stories!

    Best regards,
    Twentse Mug

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