How Can You Help Lytton, BC?

The day after the village of Lytton, British Columbia set the unenviable national all-time record for hottest day (49.6 C) the town was decimated by an unprecedented wildfire that left more than 1,000 people homeless. The biggest question we’ve heard is “How can I help?” and here are some official suggestions from our friend Marcie […]

Guest Blog – What Makes My Favourite EarthCaches

A guest blog contributed by geoawareCA Greetings.  My name is Sandra, also known as geoawareCA, and I am one of 32 active volunteer EarthCache Reviewers.  I have been reviewing EarthCaches for eleven years now, and in that time I have read and published thousands of EarthCache submissions.  My current review territory is Canada, but I […]

Geocaching – The Best Outdoor Family Activity for 2021

Get outside they said. But not too far. Engage in some activity. But not outside your bubble. After a year of this, it’s amazing parents are able to keep going. I’ve never been so thankful my kids are grown up. But they weren’t always grown ups, and I can certainly empathize with the some of […]

What Makes Geocaching in BC So Great?

If you’ve followed anything I’ve created you’ll know by now I’m an unapologetic fanatic for the beautiful place I am blessed to call home. And there are so many reasons for me to be thankful that this is home. But what is it that makes it uniquely amazing to go Geocaching in British Columbia? I […]

The Tale of the Cursed FTF

With the deepest respect for master suspense writer Edgar Allan Poe… Once upon a chrome web browser, while I scrolled without any trousers,Over many an obscure cache page I think you know the score –While I slumped, in my chair, suddenly I became aware,Of a listing I see right there, not found by any cacher […]

Boston or Bust? What Really Happened!

September of 2019 we enjoyed a pretty amazing #GeocacheRoadTrip through New England that started with riding out Hurricane Dorian and ended with an amazing day in Montreal, Canada. With a healthy smattering of adventure and fun in between. Maybe you’ve seen the video, but now get the full story!

Behind the Scenes for Unique Nova Scotia

Iconic Peggy’s Cove, mysterious Oak Island, and the historical Citadel in Halifax are just some of the treats we share in episode 3 of our Northeast Geocache RoadTrip adventures. And for the real story, and in depth context, we will dig deeper with you now!

Geocaching Highlights of PEI and New Brunswick

We’ve recently released our second episode in our series highlighting our adventures around the Northeast – Quebec, the Canadian Maritimes, and New England. In that episode we took you through New Brunswick and around Prince Edward Island (PEI) highlighting some of our favourite spots we visited. But isn’t just always the case, that there’s so […]

Gold Week CONTEST – Ends This Friday!

It’s Gold Week and we’re having a contest – it ends this FRIDAY, Aug 7, 2020!You can win one of these fantastic trackable GeoCoins: A Gold Country GeoTour pan of gold trackable 3D coin from Gold Country GeoTour, a collector’s BCGA “Spring” coin donated by friend of the show, Paul, or a LANMonkey geocoin. How […]

Bienvenue à la saison cinq et Quebec!

Well, I’ve butchered yet another language! Sorry about that. But here’s the “Behind the Scenes” post in support of Season 5 episode 1 “Exploring Quebec City by Geocaching – Bienvenue au Québec” We visited last summer (of course) and landed in Montreal very early as we took the red-eye from YVR. Upon landing, we picked […]

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