- October 07, 2012 - 15:02
Reached the ripe old age of 66 this week and was given a gift of a Magellan Explorist GC. So far have not got any further than my computer screen, (a bit on the dense side when it comes to computers) but realise that geocaching opens a whole new type of adventure which costs little, will keep me fit and let me sleep well at night. Thing is, I need someone to start me off including showing me how to operate the computer and GPS link........Any tips as to who or where to contact someone....Must be a ton of older people who would find this advantageous to body and soul.....Heck I would even consider teaching a course myself to fellow seniors. Thanks Neil
- Oberli Philippe
- June 20, 2012 - 14:16
Hello and greetings from Switzerland ! This would be a great gadget for my TB Swiss girl Fanny TB1977A ... If you're in Europe the next weeks, meet me at the MEGA in Leipzig (PROJECT: GeoGames GC32012)... We're travelling to Leipzig with a Charter Bus with 38 cachers and it will be a pleasure for us to take this uniqe TB to Switzerland... ;-) Liebe Grüsse nach Amerika Phil
- long time cacher
- June 20, 2012 - 10:52
Great article and can't wait to come out to the east coast again to search for these caches. My family and I have been geocaching since nearly the beginning and it has had the same influence on us as it has on the author. Great fun and exercise in the outdoors and pure adventure for the children. TNLN TFTC.
- Allan Johnson
- June 19, 2012 - 09:10
Great to see the sport getting some press. If you're interested in geocaching and/or nefoundland, why not check out our blog at treasureislandcaching.wordpress.com. We actually wrote a blog post about the Nageara's Treasure geocache, it's one of our favorite caches we've ever done. We've also shared many other geocaching stories there!