What is a cachetur? Cachetur is the Norwegian word for a geocaching trip. Cachetur.no is a user supported geocaching trip planning tool. Using cachetur.no you can do all of this and more:
- Plan geocaching trips both near and far
- Quickly and easily see which caches you have planned as either you or any of the trips participants, own or have found before
- Receive an automated email if changes are made to caches in your trips
- Add comments and discuss with other participants
- Keep track of tasks and answers to earthcaches and virtuals in trips you have planned
- Get automatic tips and recommendations on your trips
- Get automatic routes generated on your trips
- Download GPX files with all caches in a trip
- Add other waypoints, such as parking lots, sights, etc.
- See statistics for the caches you plan to find
- Print lists and maps
- Import from and export to bookmarks on geocaching.com
- Share information with GSAK through a macro package
- Select caches directly from the map on geocaching.com via a user script
So come out and join us at NOVAGO cacheturs to Maryland hear a presentation all about cachetur.no by cachetur Ambassador, Instructor and NoVaGo President platoaddict.
We wanted to remind you that the Lab Cache Adventure from CAM 2016 is still active. One of our esteemed former officers and current Director, deepdish23, has been working to make sure the Antietam Adventure will be available for at least the foreseeable future. So if you didn’t get a chance to complete it after the 2016 picnic or you are new to caching, be sure to check this cache out. Imagine, your own Lab Cache practically right in your backyard! This Lab Cache is one of only 6 adventures worldwide, one of four in the US and the only non Mega Event Lab Cache not in Seattle, Washington, home of Groundspeak HQ. Also, stay tuned, deepdish23 is working with NPS to possibly hold an event around this cache in the Fall. In the meantime, you can head out to Antietam and relive a little of the glory of CAM 2016 while you wait for the CAM 2018 Kick-off!
P.S. Thanks to the following who had a role in bringing this idea to the geocaching community:
Hixon, Calvertcachers, deepdish23, Bryan Roth, Phil Brommal, HoneyBadger34, Adric, tazscouter, lpyankeefan, and GR8Caches
One month now until the MGS Summer Picnic 2012. The picnic will be Saturday August 4th 2012 at 10 o’clock, RAIN or SHINE! We’ll be meeting in the McKeldin area of Patapsco Valley State Park for fun and food.
The Annual MGS Awards will be presented, and we’ll be hosting a large Silent Auction! If you would like to donate any items for the auction to help support the MGS and its mission, please contact the MGS PR Officer Spikep (Mike) at [email protected] The MGS does not collect any dues or fees for the events it hosts and as such depends on the generous donations of it’s members to help defray the costs of pavilions, hall rentals…etc. Please do consider donating to help out. Geocoins, cache containers, private cache tours or anything related to geocaching or the outdoors would be accepted to help out.
The MGS Awards are also being awarded. Please do take a moment or two to send in your nominations for 2012. More information can be found in the forums.
If you have any questions please do feel free to contact me at “[email protected]” Hope to see everyone there!
Come on a journey to remember and commemorate the dramatic chain of events, people and places that led to the birth of our National Anthem. The story of the Anthem was shaped by events in the Chesapeake region during the War of 1812. From early 1813 until early 1815, the Chesapeake Bay and surrounding shores were the center of fierce struggles between the British and the Americans. From the burning of the White House to the Battle for Baltimore and ‘the rockets red glare,’ it’s all here for the geocaching community to enjoy in the Chesapeake region, an area encompassed by the Chesapeake Bay, coastal Virginia and the District of Columbia.
The Star-Spangled Banner (SSB) geotrail will have over 30 caches within Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. A trackable geocoin will be awarded to the first 400 geocachers, while supplies last, for locating at least 20 SSB caches. Click into the forums to read all the details.
As you walk through woods with your GPS in hand, have you ever wondered about the technology – its history, current uses and future possibilities? Visitors to the GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit opening this weekend at the Maryland Science Center in Baltimore will have the opportunity to learn that and much more.
The GPS Adventures Maze is a traveling educational exhibit that was developed to teach people of all ages about navigation, GPS technology, and geocaching. It simulates geocaching by leading visitors through a 2500 sq.ft. maze filled with interactive science experiences. It is a unique caching experience with it’s own unique icon.
We invite everyone to join us at the Maryland Science Center on Saturday, February 20, 2010 10am – 1 pm for the GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit opening event. Be among the first to see the exhibition and meet members of Groundspeak, Trimble Navigation, and exhibit creator Minotaur Mazes.
The GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit will run from February 20 through April 18, 2010. For more information, please click on the links below.
GPS Adventures Maze Opening Event
GPS Adventures Maze Exhibit
Maryland Science Center