Free App Friday: Geocaching

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viscara

If you happen to be a engineer from HP that decides to pick up this hobby you should pass especially if you do not think that starting a venture in the santa cruz mountains on a rainy "Late" afternoon without a flashlight nor a raincoat nor telling anyone were you have gone.. If you are one of those types you need to stay home and learn how a GPS works first and perhaps read the book of common logic when taking a venture into the mountains "Alone"

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viscara

If you happen to be a engineer from HP that decides to pick up this hobby you should pass especially if you do not think that starting a venture in the santa cruz mountains on a rainy "Late" afternoon without a flashlight nor a raincoat nor telling anyone were you have gone.. If you are one of those types you need to stay home and learn how a GPS works first and perhaps read the book of common logic when taking a venture into the mountains "Alone"

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RocketMac

I logged around 200 finds with my iPhone 3GS using the paid app and now I'm at 460 using my iPhone 4 with the same app.

IMHO, the iPhone is the perfect Geocaching tool.

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RocketMac

I logged around 200 finds with my iPhone 3GS using the paid app and now I'm at 460 using my iPhone 4 with the same app.

IMHO, the iPhone is the perfect Geocaching tool.

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CaptainV45

I started with the free iPhone app and have since moved on to the payed app as well as a premium membership. I have in the past three months found almost 40 Caches with plans to find more.

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