Come along with Capt. TailWagger and me as we explore the world through geocaching
More than 3 million geocaches are waiting to be found worldwide. Geocaching can take you to a historic site like the Old North Church in Boston or to a state park in Northeast Indiana. Come along with Capt. TailWagger and me as set out to find some of those 3 million geocaches.
We chose the name Teamtailwagger because our dog at the time, Domino, had won a contest as the best tailwagging dog in the city. Domino, who looked like a small Dalmation, passed away Oct. 30, 2018, at age 18. On April 11, 2017, Kinsler, a German shorthair pointer, came to live with us. On the… Read more
I am going to digress from writing about geocaching for a moment to celebrate the opening of the baseball season today. Although the NFL has become king of sports in the United States, I’ll take baseball any day of the week, including Sundays in the fall. I was listening to the Detroit Tigers play the… Read more
Geocaching HQ announced a new souvenir challenge — The Science of Discovery — on Tuesday. Beginning April 12 and running through July 11, we can earn up to four new souvenirs. This one emphasizes Adventure Labs, though all geocaches count. The goal is to get 300 points. Each Adventure Lab find gets 10 points, so… Read more
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