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Geocaching has evolved, and so have geocachers. On May 2nd, we’re celebrating the 17th anniversary of the birth of geocaching with a Big Blue Switch souvenir! Find any geocache or attend any event on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 and you’ll earn a new digital souvenir for your geocaching profile! bit.ly/2oHnyKk

How do you celebrate geocaching?
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A milestone like 3 million geocaches doesn’t just happen on its own. It’s thanks to the collective effort of cache owners around the world. The result? 3 million experiences as interesting and varied as the people who created them!


Give a shout out to a cache owner in the comments below. #3milliongeocaches


Twitter: 3 million #geocaches = plenty of cache owners to thank! Give a shout out to your favorite CO. #geocaching #3milliongeocaches
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Version 5.2 of the Geocaching® App is now available to download and improvements to Geocaching.com are now live!

We’re excited for the ability to include a photo and/or favorite point with a draft in the Geocaching® app and to complete drafts with photos and favorite points on Geocaching.com through the new logging page.

Learn more about the updates here: http://bit.ly/2oppvjh

Learn more about the new logging page here: http://bit.ly/2pY0iK8
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3 Million active geocaches — fun fact: There are so many geocaches that if we stacked them all, they could reach the international space station. For more facts about 3 million active geocaches: http://bit.ly/2oMht2F

What is the largest geocache you ever found? #3milliongeocaches

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The first Earth Day was in 1970 in response to a massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. In 1990, Earth Day went global, and 200 million people in 141 countries participated in the event. Today, more than 1 billion people across the globe participate in Earth Day activities, including geocaching's environmental initiative Cache In Trash Out® (CITO).
Since 2002, the geocaching community has been doing their part to preserve the beauty and healthiness of our cache-friendly outdoor spaces. Today, April 22nd-April 30th, you will have the opportunity to earn a new souvenir when you attend a CITO event.

Find one near you! http://bit.ly/2ouX3bW
Share your photos with #CITO and #geocaching.
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#Geocaching Instagram Inspiration: Geocaching Milestones

Woohoo! There are now over 3 million geocaches on Planet Earth, and that’s cause for celebration. What milestones have YOU reached, intrepid geocachers? Share your photos, miracles, and milestones. Remember to tag #geocaching (and #3milliongeocaches) on Instagram. We may feature your photo next! www.instagram.com/geocaching
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Lukova, Czech Republic is an idyllic country village with a population of 700. There you will find an abandoned church from the 14th century filled with "ghosts", mystery, and intrigue — the Geocache of the Week may runs chills down your spine...! https://www.geocaching.com/blog/2017/04/na-konci-cesty-geocache-of-the-week/
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Lukova, Czech Republic is an idyllic country village with a population of 700. There you will find an abandoned church from the 14th century filled with "ghosts", mystery, and intrigue — the Geocache of the Week may runs chills down your spine...! http://bit.ly/2onBV76
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#Geocaching Instagram Inspiration: Dönerstag

Yesterday, geocachers from all over the world gathered to celebrate the unique geocaching holiday of Dönerstag. Some events included feasting on döner kebab, cooking sausages over an open fire, and Signal the Frog® appearances. How did you celebrate Dönerstag? Remember to tag #geocaching on Instagram. We may feature your photo next! www.instagram.com/geocaching
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Geocachers are naturally adventurous people so it is no surprise that they find all kinds of creative ways to get to Ground Zero (GZ). Driving, biking, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, snowshoeing, skiing, horseback riding, and even climbing! What other modes of transport have you used while geocaching? Remember to tag #geocaching on Instagram. We may feature your photo next! www.instagram.com/geocaching
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