Showcasing the GeoBlogosphere #1

Whilst I endeavour to make my blog entries interesting, informative, and humourous I should point out that “other geocaching blogs are available”. I know this because I read a lot of them. I can’t get enough of other people’s caching blogs to be honest. Not only do I enjoy reading them, but I can identify with their desires to have other people enjoy what they write. That is why I maintain a list of geocaching blogs in the hope that this will increase awareness of the excellent content being published in the GeoBlogosphere.

I strongly urge you to have a gander at the list as I am sure you will find something that you will discover is equally, if not more so, entertaining than my rambling wafflings. As a taster, here are a few recent highlights from the GeoBlogosphere…

  • Muddy Mum’s discovery of a hidden treasure in deepest, darkest Suffolk. In her unique and humourous way, Claire describes the simple joy of geocaching… it takes you to places you would never normally go and sometimes you find pure gold!
  • The Geocaching Junkie’s 12 Reasons why Geocachers are the best. This is a great article from Sarah listing some pretty convincing reasons why geocachers are awesome people and she illustrates this through a sollection of her photographs.
  • Miss Chief’s account of her 400 milestone, a puzzle night cache near Watford. I read this with great interest as Zombie is an epic puzzle night cache that I know very well. I have solved the clever puzzle but as we have never done a night cache yet, it still remains on our bucket list… and its just around the corner from us!
  • Delta68’s trip to the danish mega. Mark and Donna’s site is geocaching porn! They are always doing amazingly cool caches in far flung places.
  • Robbinn’s account of the Ridge Series on the Isle of Wight. It was so cool to read how they recently reached a 365 cache count EXACTLY 365 days after they found their first cache. A cache ratio of one per day… an OCD dream!
  • HG137’s assault on the Thames path continues. I don’t want them to ever finish this ongoing project as it has produced so many great blog entries and given me so many laughs.

    … and this is just a sample of the excellent geocaching blogs out there so what are you waiting for?

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    8 Responses to Showcasing the GeoBlogosphere #1

    1. Haylee says:

      Muddy Mum is awesome for so many reasons. I’ll be sure to check out the other blogs too. Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

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    2. Sarah says:

      Couldn’t ask for a better plug – thanks πŸ™‚

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    3. Muddy mum says:

      Ooh! I like the idea of a geocaching round-up! Good work!
      I was thinking about the interrogation questions the other day, a year on some of my answers would be so different.

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    4. hg137 says:

      Thanks for the blog name-check and that you like it. We are a little bit behind at the moment – trying to really get ahead on the Path before the winter weather (which is taking preference over the blogging). There should be another Thames Path instalment in a few days.

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