Geocaching
Date: 5/29/2009 Album ID: 766031
Photos by Dean Musgrove
Geocaching is a hightech sport centered around the use of handheld GPS navigation device. The goal is to locate a cache by it's GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache. The caches are containers that vary in size and contents. They may be as small as a film canister with a log in it, or as large as an ammo box. A cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards and the "geocashers" exchange items left in the cache with items of their own. Finding a cache can be easy or difficult.
Geocaching is a hightech sport centered around the use of handheld GPS navigation device.   The goal is to locate a cache by it's GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache.  The caches are containers that vary in size and contents.  They may be as small as a film canister with a log in it, or as large as an ammo box.  A cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards and the geocashers exchange items left in the cache with items of their own.  Finding a cache can be easy or difficult. John Cappi and Jeff Jost use their GPS devices to locate a cache. Dean Musgrove/Staff Photographer
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Geocaching is a hightech sport centered around the use of handheld GPS navigation device.   The goal is to locate a cache by it's GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache.  The caches are containers that vary in size and contents.  They may be as small as a film canister with a log in it, or as large as an ammo box.  A cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards and the geocashers exchange items left in the cache with items of their own.  Finding a cache can be easy or difficult.  John Cappi recovered this treasure with an id tag and replaced it with another item.  Dean Musgrove/Staff Photographer
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Geocaching is a hightech sport centered around the use of handheld GPS navigation device.   The goal is to locate a cache by it's GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache.  The caches are containers that vary in size and contents.  They may be as small as a film canister with a log in it, or as large as an ammo box.  A cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards and the geocashers exchange items left in the cache with items of their own.  Finding a cache can be easy or difficult.  John Cappi shows off some of his geocoins.  Dean Musgrove/Staff Photographer
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Geocaching is a hightech sport centered around the use of handheld GPS navigation device.   The goal is to locate a cache by it's GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache.  The caches are containers that vary in size and contents.  They may be as small as a film canister with a log in it, or as large as an ammo box.  A cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards and the geocashers exchange items left in the cache with items of their own.  Finding a cache can be easy or difficult.  Jeff Jost and John Cappi exchange items in a cache and log their name and date.  Dean Musgrove/Staff Photographer
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Geocaching is a hightech sport centered around the use of handheld GPS navigation device.   The goal is to locate a cache by it's GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache.  The caches are containers that vary in size and contents.  They may be as small as a film canister with a log in it, or as large as an ammo box.  A cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards and the geocashers exchange items left in the cache with items of their own.  Finding a cache can be easy or difficult.  Both John Cappi and Jeff Jost use these GPS devices to help them discover their treasures or caches.  Dean Musgrove/Staff Photographer
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Geocaching is a hightech sport centered around the use of handheld GPS navigation device.   The goal is to locate a cache by it's GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache.  The caches are containers that vary in size and contents.  They may be as small as a film canister with a log in it, or as large as an ammo box.  A cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards and the geocashers exchange items left in the cache with items of their own.  Finding a cache can be easy or difficult.  John Cappi's shirt expresses his fondness for geocashing.  Dean Musgrove/Staff Photographer
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