Mar 9, 2014
On this episode of The Oh Beep! Geocaching Podcast we're interviewing DudleyGrunt and Mr. Yuck from OpenCaching North America
Haver, a bit of a neat freak, heads out to find the first of the 21 caches hidden by expert geocacher, Babatoochee. Unfortunately for Haver, obtaining the cache isn’t as easy as he had hoped.
Thank you to Miss Mel, from Night Light Stories, for inviting Sophie.
Night Light Stories is a podcast featuring original children’s stories. These stories were all originally told by the friendly glow of a child’s night light.
You can find Night Light Stories at the following places:
LJ from The UK Geocaching Podcast
Ask Doctor D...
Chad Chapman asked... Dr. D, what is your favorite thing you have found in a cache?
by emmaw | GC4YT86 | Eastern England, United Kingdom
Sunset on the Spring Equinox 2014
by The Imp | GC4WX2Z | East Midlands, United Kingdom
by Great T'Phon | GC4YE2Q | Southern England, United Kingdom
by mcaddy | GC4YTHT | East Midlands, United Kingdom
£2 needed, March Equinox event
by trebor nosnwot | GC4W7EX | Northwest England, United Kingdom
by Jacaru | GC4WNNT | East Midlands, United Kingdom
by Beach_hut | GC4Y6W4 | Eastern England, United Kingdom
Sweet 16 - Look at you now
by angellica | GC4Z7TK | East Midlands, United Kingdom
by Simply Paul | GC4XD3M | Southern England, United Kingdom
For listeners in the UK, the Britain On Foot website is a great resource for people who enjoy the outdoors. They have quick guides for how to get started in several different activities (including geocaching) and events calendars. www.britainonfoot.co.uk
Geocache in a creepy house by TheEvilGeocacher
Free geocache listings for the United States, Canada, Mexico and other North American territories. We are part of the (mostly European) world wide OpenCaching network, which was founded in 2005. We predate, and are not affiliated with, the Garmin Opencaching.com website. The vast majority of our users, including the site Admins, all use and supportGeocaching.com, we simply provide a free alternative, on a volunteer basis. We accept, but discourage cross-listed caches, and most of the caches found on our site are unique to our site. Visit us at www.opencaching.us and the Country top level domain names opencaching.ca and opencaching.mx also point to our website, as well as opencachingnorthamerica.com andopencachingnorthamerica.us. Jim, AKA Mr.Yuck on most Geocaching websites, as profiled in the very first blog post of March 13, 2013, is the primary blogger. We also post the content of the HikerJamz Geocaching Talk Show, and The GCDoc YouTube channel as guest blog posts weekly.
Links mentioned in the interview:
Where to find an OpenCaching listing site in your country www.opencaching.eu
Opencaching compatible smartphone apps page: http://www.opencaching.us/
Blog post comparing Opencaching North America vs. Garmins
opencaching site: http://blog.opencaching.us/