Whilst November was a shocking month for us, managing only to snag one smiley, it is good to see that elsewhere on the GeoBlogosphere others have had much more success. Below is a small selection of the blog articles that caught my eye this month. Don’t forget you can also find an extensive list of Geocaching Blogs elsewhere on my site.
Jónir takes in a sunset on Prince Edward Island
You would think that a blog that tells the majority of its story through photographs would be of little interest to me, being blind. But the excellent article text and expressive captioning used on the Perpetual Recepticles blog (love this name) creates more than enough narrative to allow me to be imersed in Jónir’s geocaching adventures.
Church Micro Day with Barbara
A pleasant day out caching with her sister and GeoHound Tara in search of Church Micro caches in Somerset.
First Time Geocaching
I am a sucker for articles describing the first time people went geocaching. Whether this blog will feature more caching articles in the future or not, I don’t know, but for now sit back and enjoy the enthusiasm and wonder that runs through this tale of a family’s first foray into the amazing world of hidden tupperware.
Tips on Geocaching with Periscope from Memfis Mafia
I have been a follower of the Memfis Mafia blog for some time now, marvelling in their wild and crazy antics. This article though is full of handy advice if, like the rest of the world and his dog, you are obsessed with live broadcasting your geocaching victories and flunks. To improve your “Evil Dead” steadicam technique, give this a read.
Beachcombing with GeoMiko
This article comes from a relatively new blog called GeoMiko. I hope the blog continues to develop as I found this article very easy and enjoyable to read with a stack of good pictures that brought to life the caching adventure on the beach in County Sligo, Ireland.
Well that’s it for this month, although there are loads of other Geocaching Blogs to keep you entertained till next month’s showcase.