Show 532.0: TravelCaching Georgia

On our geocaching podcast today, we take you along with us, TravelCaching in Georgia. We're going to cover the Jackson County Heritage GeoTrail and give you a taste of many of the Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites. We’ll also mention a geocaching survey, a brand new pathtag, some great milestones and much more.

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Links mentioned in the show
Jackson County Geocaching Heritage Trail

Tim Eggleston receives a Star of the Industry Award

Help out geocacher Jtp2001 who is doing a statistics project on Geocaching for school
Choose Survey 1 OR Survey 2 (NOT BOTH)

Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
Georgia State Parks GeoTour
Georgia Donor Hall of Fame

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One Response to Show 532.0: TravelCaching Georgia

  1. Essiggurkerl November 4, 2015 at 11:51 am #

    A question from an European: Are (US)-Americans really not very much aware about which vegetables and fruits came from America (the continent)?

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