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Old 04-16-2009, 01:17 PM   #1
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Geocaching....

I've attempted to kick of a series of geocaches much like the "Off Your Rocker" series, but RV friendly locales. My kick off is at the Camping World store in Bridgeport, NJ. Please visit the cache page & fool suit to place your ow "R.V. There Yet?" series cache. I'm thinking of RV Friendly locations.....Camping world stores, Flying J's, Rallies, etc.

Have a look & see what ya think;

http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...b-d26e89e655e6
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Great idea. We've started a cache yet ourselves, but we've been hunting them a couple years and use it as a means to find interesting, out of the way areas, typically only known about by the locals when we travel. A couple years ago when out West, we found some neat gold mines while caching. If it hadn't been for the locals there hiding caches in the area, we would have never ventured out and found the neat area.
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If you are a member of the Escapees Club, there is now a new Geocaching BOF with a Yahoo BBB: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SKP_Geocache_BOF/ . Email the founder Arlo Thomas at Adventures [@] Krystonia.info (remove the spaces and brackets.
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This sounds like fun...
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We tried geocaching using our laptop and Street Atlas. Not so easy, but we did it! Not something we can practically use. Think we could manage buying a hand-held not-so-expensive 'something', what are most cachers using? I've seen them in all price ranges...what to avoid? We'd be inclined to join in the fun with the right device.

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On the http://www.geocaching.com/shopping/ website you can comparison shop.

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We tried geocaching using our laptop and Street Atlas. Not so easy, but we did it! Not something we can practically use. Think we could manage buying a hand-held not-so-expensive 'something', what are most cachers using? I've seen them in all price ranges...what to avoid? We'd be inclined to join in the fun with the right device.

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