Monday, October 20, 2008
Okay – so it’s like hide and seek, only you won’t be running around the neighborhood an hour before dark looking for your little brother. And it’s kind of like a scavenger hunt, only you won’t all get together afterwards to see who got the most things on the list. And well, it is something all to itself. Geocaching is a game (or maybe a sport) where players use GPS tracking devices to find “caches” hidden all over the world. The events can be self contained (as in all at a local park) or free form. And participants say it is very addictive. Join us on Monday when we unearth the facts about geocaching. Because of our Fall Membership Drive this is an archive edition and we will not be taking calls this week. To pledge your support for WFPL, please call 502-814-6565. Thank You!
- Geocachers of Kentucky
- The History of Geocaching
- Join in high-tech scavenger hunt
- What the Heck is Geocaching? A Beginner’s Guide
- Today’s Cacher
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