We hope you’ve enjoyed our latest geocaching adventure travel video, and the start to our new series detailing the ins and outs of a visit to beautiful Bermuda! In this blog, we’ll share some photos from the adventure, as well as provide you tips and insights we couldn’t get into for the video about travelling […]
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!
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 […]
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 […]
Accompanying each episode of Geocaching Adventures we’ll provide a “behind the scenes” blog article to give you details on the cool adventures you saw in the video. What should you expect here? Things like: GC codes for the caches we found Maps of where we traveled Photos and video that didn’t make the cut but […]
It’s the perfect time of year to get out snowshoeing – heading out for a geocaching adventure, or just enjoying the beauty of winter. But if you’ve never been before, or maybe you have been but you’ve got some questions, what do you need to know? Here’s the top three things you need to know […]
Hey Geocachers, So we had a “near miss event” overnight in the Northwest – a tsunami warning from the 7.9 Magnitude earthquake off the coast of Alaska. Great news is that all regions I’ve heard about were not hit by a tsunami of any significant size. So after a collective sigh of relief, I thought […]