Post by FrostG1anT on Oct 11, 2007 16:21:55 GMT -9
Celebrate International EarthCache Day by visiting an EarthCache this Sunday, October 14, 2007!
International EarthCache Day kicks off Earth Science Week; a week dedicated to promoting the awareness of Earth science. An EarthCache is an educational geocache reviewed and approved by the Geological Society of America. The reward for these caches is learning more about the Earth science of the planet on which we live. To learn more about EarthCaches and this special day, visit www.earthcache.org
Life is about telling a story, so live life as an adventure tale and weave a long and adventurous yarn for in the end it is the story that will endure
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NorthWes: Thanks for that background image - I lost track of mine on this new computer - gonna be handy for the powerpoint on IG!
Mar 8, 2017 16:45:47 GMT -9
patrick1956: Hello, I am from Belgium and my cache name is Patrick1956.Me and my wife we love to find caches in Belgium and also the places we go on holiday. This summer my wife comes on holiday to Alaska in July.So she hopes to find a few.
May 17, 2017 6:28:22 GMT -9
patrick1956: She collect also banners, can you say how we can set this banner of Alaska on our profile. Thanks
May 17, 2017 6:29:23 GMT -9
sethgeo: Anyone out there?
Jul 6, 2017 2:45:31 GMT -9
sethgeo: we found a cache on the Russian Kenai River and are curious about it.
Jul 6, 2017 2:46:38 GMT -9
sethgeo: We are from Florida and Michigan
Jul 6, 2017 2:51:33 GMT -9
TheFirefly: Hi Sethgeo! I don't know that I can help you with a Russian/Kenai River cache, but who knows? Go for it! :-)
Jul 6, 2017 18:27:07 GMT -9
ladybugkids: Found a pair of reading glasses on Powerline Trail near intersection with Campbell Gorge Rim Trail. Left in "Lost and Found" basket on post at intersection of Silver Fern and Gasline trails.
Aug 26, 2017 21:37:32 GMT -9