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  • n. A person who hides or seeks objects as part of the sport of geocaching.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Which would be more useful for a geocacher: a powerbook, or an iMac desktop?

    Take a flunk (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Simply, a geocacher hides a treasure box and shares its location online using GPS coordinates; other geocachers then use their handheld GPS devices to try to find it, based on the coordinates and clues, and even sometimes puzzles.

    Garmin Chirp gives you an edge in geocaching

  • The clue that set me off was the description of the cache as something a "muggle" would overlook but to a geocacher it would stand out ... made me think of a "portkey".

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Michael Klein, geocacher extraordinaire, passed along this tidbit for Taiwan geocachers:

    Upcoming Geocaching Event in Taiwan

  • For nifty additions to your other adventures this season, check out our summer gadget guide, featuring high-tech toys such as a handheld geocacher and a pair of sneakers that's outfitted with an embedded data-tracking sensor.


  • I'm an avid geocacher and I've found the GPS accuracy in the iPad to be better than the iPhone, and comparable to my Garmin 60csx (which is more-or-less the gold standard).


  • Then they will break into groups with an experienced geocacher and send them out to find several that already are hidden throughout the park.

    The Journal

  • I have to thank the fine folks at the podcacher. com just recently by local geocacher coast2coast2coast, the same person who secretly sent word of the geocache diet to podcacher. com, and I am now a regular listener.

    BC Bloggers

  • A geocacher can place a geocache anywhere, pinpoint its location using GPS technology and then share the geocache's existence and location on the Internet.

    Fore, right!

  • River Bend Farm and an avid geocacher, posted waypoints for a bucket placed in the field by the river.

    CapeCodToday Blog Chowder


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