Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – 6/3/2010

first_img SharePrint RelatedGroundspeak Weekly Mailer – February 24, 2011February 24, 2011In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter” Weekly Newsletter – International Geocaching DayJuly 25, 2012In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter”Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – January 5, 2011January 5, 2011In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter” One Geocaching Weekend, Infinite Geocaching Possibilities Join thousands of your fellow geocachers for a once in a lifetime experience in Western Washington State, USA July 2-July 4. This weekend offers the unique opportunity to accomplish three geocaching goals at once: attending a Mega-Event, completing the “Triad” and earning two brand new special icons!The Mega-Event is GeoWoodstock VIII. It will be held in Carnation, WA on July 3rd. The infamous “Triad” is one of the ultimate geocaching goals. It requires visiting and logging the first geocache location, the Project A.P.E. Cache Mission 9: Tunnel of Light and Groundspeak HQ. You’ll need to make your own way to Oregon for the original cache, but the other elements of the Triad will be easy enough. The Washington State Geocaching Association has organized a hike to the APE cache on July 2nd. You can log Groundspeak HQ at Groundspeak’s Lost & Found Celebration on July 4th before heading to watch the Seattle fireworks at Gas Works Park. It’s only a 15 minute walk from our event.Attendees at the Lost & Found Celebration will be able to earn two special icons, which will be launching soon; one for the event and one for Headquarters.Finally, watch the Lost & Found Celebration Cache Page. As we near the event, we will be adding the coordinates for Geoteaming’s 4th of July Geocaching Challenge Course to the page.If you haven’t planned your trip yet, we suggest you do so now. Seattle is a very popular summertime destination!Lost & Found Gives a Voice and Vision to Your Geocaching StoriesGroundspeak’s Lost & Found celebrates ten years of geocaching by featuring your favorite geocaching stories.  Check out the updated Lost & Found destination. Along with viewing new video stories about other amazing geocachers, you’re encouraged to submit your favorite geocaching stories. It’s easy. You’re able to either nominate existing geocache logs or add a story on the Tell Your Story page.Share with your Friends:Morelast_img

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