Review: Geocaching GPS: Great Personal Stories of Romance, Adventure and Connection

My blogging friend P.J. Lazos over at Green Life Blue Water, reviewed the first Geocaching GPS book on her blog yesterday. She’s not a cacher (yet), but she understands the way it can connect people:

“What I found most intriguing — in addition to the inspiring and characteristic geocaching names used to log into a find — was how story after story talked about introducing the sport to others, generally family members who either never heard of it or had poo-poo’d it and then were hooked.”

Read the full review here: Geocaching GPS: Great Personal Stories of Romance, Adventure and Connection

 

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5 thoughts on “Review: Geocaching GPS: Great Personal Stories of Romance, Adventure and Connection”

    1. Yes, people have made analogies between geocaching and Pokemon Go. Geocaching was first, and geocaches don’t move. But the other day my husband was out finding a geocache with some friends in an urban area and they thought people were staring at them so they said “pretend you’re looking for Pokemon!”

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