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As you know from my last post I’m in California (Los Angeles to be exact) working with my Dad. Hollywood has been fun: we’ve done some quick sightseeing and hit the hotel pool to cool down, but alas, I still have work to do. I have to go GEOCACHING and place that Travel Bug I found in Maryland a few months ago.
Well, here is my Geocaching video roll: Hope you enjoy!
- Geocaching: What’s a Travel Bug? (samuellcollins.wordpress.com)
- Geocaching: Cool Caches with Samuel L Collins (samuellcollins.wordpress.com)
- 1st Annual Summer Geocaching Hunt (samuellcollins.wordpress.com)
Today, something AMAZING happens. Yes, that’s right- something AMAZING.
Today, I get to dress up in a suit and go to work with my Dad at a corporate event. My father owns his own Audience Response business and for over ten years I’ve watched him get up early, get packed with suits and equipment and fly off to some unknown destination and run an ARS event.
Now, I’ve worked behind-the-scenes with my father for years. I clean, quality control check, count and pack his bags to ensure he has everything he needs, and I even know how to run and build the software components for the events (I’ve helped out on almost every ministry event we’ve done in the last 5 years) but I’ve never had this opportunity to join him AT work.
Yes, today is special and I can’t wait to share ALL of what happens with YOU, my fans and readers. Be back soon!
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We’re hosting our 1st Annual S4BT Geocaching Hunt
Samuel L. Collins and the Search for Biblical Truth is hosting its 1st Annual Summer Geocaching Hunt and we want to reward YOU for your geocaching skills with this FREE T-SHIRT!
Part 2: Getting Started. I’ll cover topics such as:
- What you need to get started
- Where to find the GPS coordinates for the CACHES? and maybe even
- provide some links (by state) for more fun.
Okay, so you THINK you might be interested in Geocaching but need more information. That’s what this post is for. Let’s begin quickly, someone else is out there finding your treasure!
So, what DO you need to get started?
Here’s the list (in no particular order):
Willing spirit to go outside. I know that seems like a big deal, but my parents tell me that getting away from the technology is a good thing; so, let’s go breathe some fresh air.
Transportation. Although Geocaching is fun to walk to, there probably aren’t more than a few in your neighborhood. But the good news is: there probably ARE some caches located everywhere you currently go. The grocery store, the local park, the library and even parking lots have some (Please be careful in parking lots; I almost got run over by a car in a parking lot and it was NO fun!)
A GPS. Yes, you really do need one, but many things count as a GPS. Mom might have one in her car already. Mom’s phone (if it’s smart) may be able to download a GPS app (more about that later), or you may want to splurge and buy a hand-held GPS. I own a Garmin GPS and I think they are the best on the market.
A Geocaching.com account. Geocaching.com is the largest geocaching website with over 7 million logs being submitted each month and over 1.4 million caches listed around the world. Geocaching.com offers lots of information about geocaching, the rules, as well as geocaching supplies. The good news is that the account is free and Mom and Dad will like that!
This video will describe what to do when you get to Geocaching.com!
Closed shoes. Going outside is fun but tracking through the woods in flip-flops is NOT.
Mom and Dad. This is NOT something you want to try on your own, or go on your own. You’ll need supervision and if you bring Mom and Dad it’s more fun anyway.
So, gather your items: shoes, Mom and Dad, a GPS, a car, and go get that Geocaching account.
- Geocaching: What is it? (part 1/5)- repost (samuellcollins.wordpress.com)