Coins & Trackables, Featured, Geocaching Events, Group Activities, Hiking
Mark your calendars folks. May 16th, 2015.
We are officially confirming another year of geocaching at Fundy National Park.
Our listing has already been published so check it out: GC5RXPD
The event will run the same way the previous years have gone with staff onsite at the event location …
The 2014-2015 Come Out and Play contest is now over. The Bye Bye Winter Bash is taking place this weekend, April 17 to 19. The Bash event (GCM1PN) where the winners will be announced, is on April 18th, from 5 to 8, at the New Maryland …
Coins & Trackables, Featured, News, Photos, Website(s)
The single most commonly requested swag item for Cache Up NB is now finally becoming available. We are extremely happy to announce that we are now taking official pre-orders for the first official Cache Up NB geocoin.
You can see the look and feel of the …
Contests, Featured, Megas, Swag
This was posted over on the M3 website today. Figured I’d post it here as well.
We are happy to announce that the M3 Card Auction has gone live!
You now have the next 28 days to bid on your favourite card, and if you win, place …
Comic Relief, Hardware, News
After months of declining sales, Garmin International has decided to pull the plug on their handheld GPS units. Garmin announced this at their recent shareholder meeting when they released their Q1 earnings report which fell short of their target.
In a statement released to the press, Garmin …
Commentary, Geocaching Events, Group Activities, Megas
It’s hard to believe but the third Maritime Mega event is slowly approaching. Cache Up NB has been working chard to make this year’s mega the best one our region has seen yet. But not everyone has had the chance to attend a mega before, …
Featured, News, Social Media, Website(s)
We received this announcement from the folks at the former Atlantic Canada Geocaching Association yesterday. Looks like the ACGA is now becoming the Association of Nova Scotia Geocachers. Read the official release below:
Dear Friends of Atlantic Canada Geocaching Association,
You are probably aware that there have …
Featured, Geocaching Events, Groundspeak, Megas, Moncton, News
In case you haven’t heard, there’s a mega coming up in Moncton later this year. We’ve been working hard to provide all attendees with some great activities and things to do. Here’s an update on all things mega related.
We recently announced that Moncton, Riverview, and …
Caches, Log Entries, Principles & Techniques & Ethics
I dug out an old article that showcases how logs themselves can actually tell a story. Chatelaine has been known to write great logs but in digging through old articles, I found this one and thought I’d re-share.
This article was originally posted on November 21st, 2011. Check it out.
Cableguy has put up the slideshow of the Ice Walk Event.
We are so impressed with his work on this. Great photos of the cachers who went over to Shediac Island this year. The slideshow will certainly give you a feeling of what the event is …
Maintenance, Megas, News, Principles & Techniques & Ethics, Questions/Problems/Helpdesk
As many of you know, despite being from New Brunswick I go to university in New Zealand and I’ve enjoyed some great geocaching in that part of the world. Recently, someone near Christchurch has taken a really strange dislike to geocaching and has started kidnapping …
Caches, Commentary, News, Saint John
Last week it was Earthcaches, this week it’s Webcam caches.
On a recent trip for work, I had the opportunity to snag two more webcam caches and it got me to thinking. These are yet one more cache type that are hard to find these days …
I was out and about last night doing some geocaching while on the road for work. I snagged a webcam cache and a virtual and then spotted a nearby Earthcache. I don’t do a lot of them but thought it might be nice to go …
Featured, Megas, News, Podcasts
Our first podcast of the year with special guest booquinn. Latest mega news, a round on forum vs no forum, and lots more. Take a listen now.
Anecdotes, Featured, History Lessons, News
In our previous article, I talked a little bit about some things that Cache Up NB has not been so successful with. In our final part of our 101 series, I talk about who specifically is involved in what Cache Up NB does.