April 5th, 2017
In tonight's episode of the Geocaching Podcast: the hosts discuss their experience with making video and come up with helpful suggestions for geocachers that wish to submit this years GIFF (Geocaching International Film Festival)...
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April 12th, 2017
In tonight’s episode of the Geocaching Podcast:
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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The Video Version of our Podcast
GCPC EPISODE 493 Show Notes
Pulled From Project-GC
GC6A1AA MOGA 2017 2017-04-22 Mega-Event Cache United States / Kansas / Riley County (KS) 461
GC6R9J1 Midwest Geobash 2017 2017-07-15 Mega-Event Cache United States / Ohio / Fulton County (OH) 282
GC6PVZW Geocoinfest 2017… Welcome Aboard! 2017-10-14 Mega-Event Cache United States / California / Los Angeles County (CA) 256
GC6ZBHT Going Ape 2017 2017-08-19 Mega-Event Cache United States / Washington / Kittitas County (WA) 224
GC6VT45 Going Caching 2017: Spy Games 2017-10-07 Mega-Event Cache United States / Georgia / Floyd County (GA) 223
GC6TKHJ West Bend $1000 Cache Ba$h 2017 2017-08-12 Mega-Event Cache United States / Wisconsin / Washington County (WI) 218
GC6M2V0 Oamaru Geofest 2017 21/10/2017 New Zealand, South Island, Oamaru
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From: Merlin1392, aka Tim Green
Likewise, I mostly cache with a GPSr, but recently have been doing more urban caching, and using my iPhone. When the new app came out, I jumped in, seeing the handwriting on the wall. As a basic tool for finding caches, it works well. I happen to like the new drafts feature, so that I can leave a simple note and compose a good log upon returning home. I mostly use the app to bring up Google Maps to route me to the area of the cache, then I switch to my GPSr.
That said, I’ve recently come into some free itunes credits, and made the jump to Cachly. I find Cachly much more comprehensive, which is usually beyond what I need to find a cache, but it’s growing on me. Today while caching I started with Cachly, but switched to the Geocaching App for the trail guides, and compass to finish off a DNF (the tree was recently removed!) I have many tools in my toolbox, including at least seven different hammers. The right tool for the right job!
Your caching experience is beyond the “starter” nature of the Geocaching App. That doesn’t make it a bad app, nor even an incomplete one. It serves an audience it was designed for, and as users gain experience they can move to the many other options available.
Thanks for an interesting show, but please give Geocaching HQ credit for creating a starter App for beginning cachers. Maybe someday it will be more, but for the sake of beginners, I hope not.
We have released a new feature called Send to Garmin. With this feature, Premium members can now send a list of caches to their Garmin GPS device with the click of a button. Here’s how it works:
Download the latest version of Garmin Express.
We shared this news via Release Notes in our forums, and will announce it more widely in coming days via our newsletter and the Geocaching Blog.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Yours in caching,