GCPC EPISODE 526 – Geocaching Tricks of the Trade

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In tonight’s episode of the Geocaching Podcast:
The GCPC hosts discuss different tricks for making geocaching easier. A great listen for geocachers at all levels.

Be sure to check it out! Please share with other geocachers.

We meet on Wednesday nights at 9:30PM ET at http://www.geocachingpodcast.com/live so you can see us record the show live and join in the chat room. See you there!

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GCPC EPISODE 526 Show Notes

GCPC EPISODE 526 – Geocaching Tricks of the Trade

Pocket Queries
Project-GC (map compare, not found filters)
Caching by route
First to Find Preparedness
Notifications
Hiding a geocache the right way
Forethought
Effort in the hide
Effort in the cache creation
Quality over Quantity
Find your geocaching niche then occasionally do the opposite
Build up your geocaching networks…Mentoring.
Hard to see hides
Use your phone camera as a mirror. Take a pic inside that hole before you stick your hand in there

For more give the show a listen…

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NEWS:

Joshua “The Geocaching Vlogger” Johnson makes the StarTribune
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GCPC Mailbag…
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Hello gang,

This message is meant for Scott. Scott, you recently told the story about a police officer pointing a gun at you when you were geocaching in an area known to be frequented by drug dealers. Some web sleuthing revealed that you were on episode five hundred and four of Podcacher. During that show you briefly said that one time several police officers swarmed your car, and another time police asked you to leave the state of Wisconsin. What did you do to stir up such commotion?

My own LEO occurred while I was looking for a geocache that was too close to park’s a play area for small children. One of the police officers who showed up knew about geocaching, and a nano is cause for concern. I was allowed to put the cache back, but I was told to leave the park. That cache was archived, and I later recalled that incident when I found another cache in a different part of the same park.

Thank you, StevenW54

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