AirTransat Travel BugsOne night my sister, from Alberta sent me a link about something to do with Geocaching she said. It was a link to a webpage from AirTransat about some geotours including the one in Richmond. They had placed lots of TB tags in one of the caches and gave a hint as to which one, and were asking cachers to move them around.
Oliver and I headed out the next day and found the cache with all of them in it. There was still 35 of these tags still in the cache box. We took one and started it on its journey. Not sure if there are any prizes for doing so, but I thought it would be interesting to see how far it travels to. The webpage for the info can be found by clicking "HERE"
|That's a lot of Travel Tags!!!|
|Can you see the cache??|
FTFOliver and I were lounging around one morning when all of a sudden a new cache got published less than a kilometre away from home, so we raced out the door and went and made the find. We even got a starbucks gift card for being the First to find!! YAY!!!
|Oliver after the FTF|
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One warm sunny Saturday we went over to North Vancouver to grab a few caches. The first one we got was an Earthcache (I need 9 more to complete a challenge I did in Las Vegas) It was a cool one called Nephrite Jade Earthcache
The next one was a puzzle cache that I solved online a couple days before, but I wont give you the name as I don't spoil it.
|Oliver is up the creek without a paddle|
These were challenges for having certain amount of finds in certain Difficulty/Terrain categories.
Geochallenge of the Month
The Geocaching Vlogger has a monthly Geochallenge that he puts out to the caching community, and when you complete it, you email him and then your name goes into a draw and you have the chance to win a cool geocoin. I was lucky enough to win one several months back for one of the monthly geochallanges he put out. For the month of April, the geochallenge was to find a cache either in a Front Yard or inside a building or business.
Oliver and I went out to Maple Ridge one day to do a Multi cache called "CHC150-Memorial Peace Park"
Note: As you can see, I like doing challenge caches which are defined below:
A challenge cache requires seekers to find an associated physical cache, and to find an additional set of geocaches as defined by the challenge owner. Challenge caches encourage geocachers to set and achieve fun goals. Examples of challenge caches: find a cache every day of the calendar year, or find one for every Difficulty/Terrain combination.