March 22nd, 2017
In tonight’s episode of the Geocaching Podcast: Sarah is taking tonight off so the guys are going back to geocaching basics to discuss the proper use and need of geocaching acronyms and terms.
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GC4Z21M Keaconcrete (fiordland) — mentioned in the show in New Zealand
I attempted this one in February but turned back after “TRAIL CLOSED” signs were posted due to rock falls.
I heeded the warnings. Others apparently do not.
Question for your show: would you do something “illegal” to get a cache. Might need to debate “illegal”, or perhaps really crazy like going beyond barriers.
A couple pictures are attached for your amusement, fog moving in and the pesky Kea bird. Send to Infoferret too. Note: She dropped my name on your show a couple weeks ago about an event in Wellington she missed.
Thanks for your show.
Randy / foundinthewild
Speakpipe From Joshua Johnson the Geocaching Vlogger
This Sunday March 19 (his birthday) is going to be “Geocaching For Michael Day”
In Memory of Geocacher Michael Costello (age 14)
This is a quote from Joshua the geocaching vlogger, but we feel the same way here on Geocaching Podcast.
“It is with sadden hearts and tears that we acknowledge the passing of fellow geocacher Michael. All are prayers go to the Costello family and we are spreading the news about Geocaching For Michael Day this March 19th. Warm regards from the Geocaching Podcast and the GeoSnippits Reboot Podcast.”
Michael was born with a congenital heart defect and had a heart transplant, and used Geocaching as a form therapy.
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