“What aspect of geocaching is so much more disruptive than any basic access priveleges?”
“Adventure seekers use GPS for a game called geocaching, a kind of satellite-based treasure hunt that currently boasts more than 800,000 active "caches" waiting to be found around the world.”
“In the last few weeks, they've gone geocaching, which is similar to an outdoor scavenger hunt.”
“The 67-year-old taxi driver is one of San Francisco's most fervent fans of a treasure-hunt game called geocaching.”
“In the past few weeks, they've gone geocaching, which is similar to an outdoor scavenger hunt.”
“Justina -- and now Jackie -- have introduced me to the notion of geocaching, and since it's in the novel, I think it's going to be a VERY cool.”
“Several people have connected that game with geocaching, which is a hobby of mine.”
“MARTINSBURG - The worldwide scavenger hunt that uses technology, known as geocaching, is quickly becoming a popular hobby for people of all ages.”
“- To attract a new generation of park goers, the state park system is tapping into a high-tech scavenger hunt called geocaching, a sport that combines GPS navigation with the lure and adventure of a treasure hunt.”
“There's also geocaching, which is done with global positioning systems.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘geocaching’.
With bows of great respect to Connie Willis, author of "Bellwether" and other wonderful books.
Looking for tweets for geocaching.