Well, before the leaves have even all come down, we’re getting smacked with winter here in upstate New York. My commute yesterday morning was lake-effected and turned from 20 minutes to about 45. Tonight we’re supposed to get about 10 inches. Yuck. It makes me long for a warmer climate. Phoenix sounds good. My in-laws are headed there right now, so let’s travel there ourselves for a puzzle that I hope you won’t find too vexing:
I’m not sure about you all, but in the past year, I’ve seen an increase in the trading of customized buttons, especially those from the Canadian geocaching store I.B. Geocaching. These badges or pins or buttons (whatever your area of the world likes to call them) seemed to turn into a craze around the time of the first GIGA in North America – 2018’s GeoWoodstock. In my fairly small corner of North Dakota, I don’t know anyone firsthand who has these buttons, but by watching social media, they seemed to have sky-rocketed in popularity. Since I had many questions concerning
2018 GIFF Viewing Party! – Ferndale, MI GC7YJ68… than spending an afternoon watching geocaching shorts….. … at the Ferndale Library with friends. There were several enjoyable films, but this one made me chuckle.
On our geocaching podcast today we discuss the topic of Augmented Reality Geocaches. We have an interview with Nicole from Geocaching HQ about this subject and we’ll hear from Asgoroth who created the AR lab caches for Going Caching 2018. We also have a sneak peak at upcoming stories on PodCacher, a look at the Jasmer Challenge and much more.