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I (+Dave Self)  would love it if some of our Geocachers Unlimited members would try to join me for the next 3 episodes of the +Geocaching Podcast.  I'll be a guest (co)host on 401-403.  Tomorrow (May 6) I'll have the opportunity to talk about the new Challenge Caches on +OpenCaching North America  (I'm an OCNA admin) and about +TerraCaching efforts to support two fine charities thru matching donations for logs on the respective Cyber Caches.

Hope you'll join me +Andrew Smith, +Chad Courtney, and +Corey Stevens as I gingerly attempt to sit in for +Scott Berks.

http://geocachingpodcast.com/
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Another, more detailed, early history.

http://www.guysnamedkim.com/geocache/geocache_history.html
May 1, 2000. President Clinton announces that Selective Availability (SA) will be turned off. May 2, 2000 @ 12:00 AM Selective Availability is turned off. The Great Stash Game!! Dave Ulmer makes the first Usenet post about what will become Geocaching. May 3, 2000 ...
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Hey all, I saw this and, of course, immediately thought about the geocaching community.  Have you been saving medicine bottles to make caches, but still have a number lying around?  Here is something else you could do with them.
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GeoWoodstock News...

We said we would keep the shirt, coin, and Pathtags a surprise, but we never said anything about the Cachekinz! This is a separate swag item that is NOT available as part of a registration package, so if you want it you have to add it to your cart! #geocaching #GeoWoodstock #GWXIII #GW13  www.geowoodstock.com
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Congratulations to Podcacher on Episode 500!  Part of this episode concerns what is coming up in the world of geocaching for 2015 - including a number of the indie caching sites.

http://www.podcacher.com/show-500-0-celebration/
On our special milestone geocaching podcast today, we’ll celebrate by looking back and listening to some “Classic Clips” from old PodCacher shows. We’ll celebrate by looking forward to the new year with updates from many of the geocaching listing sites. And we’ll celebrate by giving LOTS of stuff away – just because we love doing …
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Thought this was interesting. I wonder if Robert Wright ever discovered geocaching.
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/12/29/hello-to-whoever-finds-this-captivating-message-discovered-by-man-renovating-his-home/
It wasn't the writing on the wall that caught Greg Sandoval's attention, but rather the writing inside it. Sandoval was renovating his Fontana, California, home when he spotted something tucked away inside the wall. It was a small plastic baggie containing a note, some coins, a McDonalds...
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Check out this new episode of the Oh Beep! Geocaching Podcast to learn how you can support the fight against #ALS  and childhood cancer.   #StBaldrick​   #ALS​   +Ben's Buddies - Walk to Defeat ALS  #ChallengeALS  +TerraCaching +Scott O'Connell +Christa Smithwick 

http://www.ohbeep.com/podcast-episode/geocache-for-charity-on-terracaching-com/ 
Geocache for charity on Terracaching.com. The winner of Aprils Ey Up Me Duck Challenge is announced and we reveal Mays challenge
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An historic article on the early history of geocaching from GSPgames.
The History of Geocaching. Translations: Svensk översättning · Português. GPS, or Global Positioning System, was developed by the US Department of Defense. This satellite navigation system was intended for military use and therefore the signals were scrambled, limiting accuracy for civilian use ...
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As highlighted on last night's +Geocaching Podcast...
 
As a reminder, c:geo fully supports live access to OpenCaching North America. Now, you can find OCNA caches by navigating with your Android Wear Smartwatch.

Do you own an Android Wear Smartwatch?  JavaDog developed a wear app which works together with c:geo to navigate you to a cache.

Try it out...
c:geo Wear is a plugin for c:geo that lets you navigate to geocaches using ...
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Darren Osborne of The Spindoctors caching team and host of the GeoTalk podcast out of Australia is beginning to lose his long battle with brain cancer.  Please consider a donation to the fundraiser his nephew has set up to support the fight against GBM brain cancer.

I'm sure prayers would also be appreciated by his family.

http://www.curebraincancer.org.au/my-fundraising/8363/clipping-for-a-cure
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+OpenCaching North America has introduced their new mascot - Hank the Hawk.  Check out the latest OCNA blog entry to learn more about Hank's origins.
Introducing Hank The Hawk, The official OpenCaching North America mascot.
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Great news...the GeoWoodstock XIII website is live...but you will need to wait a few days for Registration and the Store. Stay tuned here for that announcement! If you notice any glitches, please use the link at the bottom of the GW page. ‪#‎GW13‬ ‪#‎GeoWoodstock‬ ‪#‎geocaching‬
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For geocachers who don't limit themselves to one listing site.
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This group is for anyone who is a "true" geocaching enthusiast and NOT simply a fan of ONE geocaching service.

Does it frustrate you when people think that "geocaching" is synonymous with one particular listing service? Do you think the idea of competition and variety can only improve the overall hobby? Are you just intrigued by the fact that there are more caches out there that you weren't aware of?

Even if you haven't yet used more than one caching site, this group may still be for you.