I can answer questions about Geocaching rules, customs, and guidelines. I can also provide advice about what types of features you should look for when buying a GPSr for Geocaching. I also provide assistance in solving puzzle-related Geocaches (or at least my best attempt - no guarantees).
I have been an active Geocacher for over 4 years and have over 2000 finds and 100 hides.
I use a Garmin GPSMAP 76CS.
|Marc||02/11/14||10||10||10||Very helpful, and clearly took time.|
|Sean||04/16/07||10||10||10||Great information quickly delivered.|
|Test Question||01/17/07||10||10||10||Test worked|
Hey Sean! 1) It depends on the situation. Generally speaking the answer is no. Most coins found in geocaches are there as "travel bugs". The owner of these coins wants to see them travel the world
Hi Brian! Here is a web based comparison of several Garmin and Magellan products: http://www.gpsinformation.org/dale/mvsg.htm That being said, I have used both types and I personally prefer Garmin
Laura: I noticed this question in the question pool for geocaching. Unfortunately, I am not notified of questions posted to the pool and just stumbled across this by accident. If you still need any
Christopher: I noticed this question in the question pool for geocaching. Unfortunately, I am not notified of questions posted to the pool and just stumbled across this by accident. If you still need
Hi Riley: I have no problem answering these questions. These are all various tracable items... Travel Bugs - A travel bug is a "dog tag" that can be purchased from Geocaching.COM. The tag has a