In tonight’s episode of the Geocaching Podcast:
The east cost of the US is getting dumped on with snow. Including where Headhardhat lives. There is nothing like getting all your friends together with a hot chocolate and telling stories. So tonight we are going to do just that. Stop on by and reminisce about geocaching good times.
Be sure to check it out! Please share with other geocachers.
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GCPC EPISODE 523 Show Notes
GCPC EPISODE 523 – Geocaching Story Time
Jessie almost dying in a preserve
Scott falling out of a tree
Cacher passing out from Allergies in my car
Eating Bulls balls with Joshua at a Nebraska Mega
Having a gun in my face
Most Impressive Geocache
Weather geocaching experiences
Most unusual geocache
Bucket List Geocache
Reminisce Geocaching of the Past
Most ironic geocaching situation
INFO: From my other half 2 days ago…
For Sarah: There is a geocache in the tree just out of shot to the left foreground. Tao Dan Park.
Geocaching Junk. What is in your closet, car, etc.
Favorite geocaching item you no longer use.
Almost being eaten by a snake twice on one day, and falling off a log while crossing over a bayou in February (the good thing was that there was a copperhead on the other end of the log that didn’t eat me.) Later was the encounter w/ a cottonmouth. And finally other cachers posting video’s of me on Facebook falling into the Bayou.
This past Sunday at Foresthill Bridge (740’ drop from road level to the American River below) grabbed a couple caches with my wife while my Son road his bike down the trails. It was supposed to be a 2.5 terrain, but turned into a 4.0T and that didn’t go over very well with my better half.
Man on horse w/ six-shooter telling me that I’m on his property…
Small tree on eroding edge of hill doesn’t exactly work out for a handhold
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Hi Guys (and InfoFerret),
My family and I are planning a trip to South Korea soon to visit a daughter who is over there teaching English. While not looking forward to the 14-hour nonstop flight, I am looking forward to finding my first cache in a new country that will also be my first cache in Asia and my first find in the eastern hemisphere.
One of the side trips we are taking will be to the DMZ (demilitarized zone) between North and South Korea. At the Joint Security Area (see link at https://ramblingwombat.wordpress.com/2017/03/18/the-joint-security-area-meeting-rooms/), there are several buildings that straddle the border. On a tour (military escort required), it is possible to go into one of these buildings, a conference room, and actually walk over to the North Korean side and have your picture taken! (What ever you do, don’t walk out that back door by mistake!)
Okay, here’s the deal. North Korea doesn’t have a cache. And I don’t have a virtual reward to place, nor do I know anyone who does. But if someone wants to contribute their virtual reward, I will provide all the needed info and coords on one condition: I get to log it.
So if you have a virtual reward to contribute to what should prove to be a historic cache, you can message me through geocaching.com. Looking forward to hearing from you.
They need to read this!
Geocaching Steps into North Korea