Status Update: SUCCESS AT LAST!

If don’t know anything about geocaching, flip over to our geocaching page for a quick overview of the game. I first wrote about the 366 day geocaching challenge in February 2012, when our stats page showed that in more than 5 years of geocaching, there were still 73 calendar dates out of 366 when we’d…

Geocache Maintenance Walk – Canmore

After 8 hours of driving yesterday, I answered “YES!” almost before Mr. GeoK finished asking if I’d like to go for a walk today. We opted for a relatively short loop in the Three Sisters neighbourhood of Canmore, which took us past 6 of the 21 geocaches we hid in August and September. Now that…

31 Days of Geocaching Challenge – Successful Finish

Well, we made it to the end of August with at least one geocache find each day of the month. The folks at geocaching.com reported that more than 25,000 geocaching accounts achieved the same milestone. Congratulations to everyone who did it, especially to those who established a new “longest geocaching streak”. Some highlights from our…

31 Days of Geocaching Challenge – Update

Even though we weren’t quite as active as we were at the start of the month, we logged 26 finds during the middle stretch in the 31 Days of Geocaching Challenge. Our geocaching outings varied considerably, depending on energy and motivation levels each day. My longest bike ride was through Griffith Woods, which was flooded…

31 Days of Geocaching Challenge – A Solid Start

Our participation in the 31 Days of Geocaching challenge is off to a good start, with at least one geocache found each day. There’s been pretty good variety to our participation: some days in Canmore and some in Calgary; about a 50/50 split between traditional and unknown type caches; some park ‘n’ grabs, some while…