Multcolib Research Picks: Geocaching
Annotation:This revised and updated edition of The Geocaching Handbook covers everything the aspiring geocacher needs to get started, and it provides plenty of information to help practicing geocachers take their skills to the next level.
Annotation:Here's everything you need to know to participate in this increasingly popular outdoor activity. Also available as an ebook.
Annotation:This manual offers an understanding and application of the principles and best practices of the sport as well as information on the different types of caches and competitions. It includes dozens of interviews from dedicated geocachers, who exhibit how the pursuit of hidden treasures has changed their lives.
Annotation:If you haven't heard of geocaching, this zine is for you. There's real life treasure waiting for you in the world, and all it takes is a GPS device and a sense of adventure to discover it.
Annotation:Geocaching is a learning activity that inspires creativity and real-world problem solving. In addition to the nuts and bolts of the game, this book shows you how to bring this dynamic activity into your classroom by developing lesson plans and integrating geocaching into your curriculum.
Annotation:Because geocaching combines the outdoors, puzzles, and adventure, everyone-from kids to kayakers, and retirees to rock climbers-can easily become involved. You don't need to be an expert in electronics, navigation, or even hiking to start.
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Geocachers use their high-tech GPS equipment to find Tupperware in the woods ... and surprises at the public library. If you want to get started on your own explorations, check out the books here. (Lee C.)