July 29, 2014 in Games and Contests by Lacey Bishop
This August, your mission is to explore more of the geocaching universe and, ultimately, to become one of the super-cachers who earn the highly coveted Achiever souvenir. To unlock this
February 6, 2014 in News by SniperChicken
Some facts about the February release of Lab Caches- Only premium members can create one. You have a limit of ONE per premium membership. Access link to get started on created
November 5, 2013 in News by SniperChicken
The Tomb Raider/Geocaching.com project was envisioned to have come out similar in scope to the Project Ape project that was launched to commemorate the debut of the Planet of the
November 1, 2013 in Tips and Tricks by SniperChicken
We spoke with Groundspeak geocache reviewers to discover some of the most common problems with new cache submissions
October 9, 2013 in Tips and Tricks by Sterling McCool
Have an upcoming trip? Don’t forget to stop and smell the roses… er, find the caches along the way!
September 13, 2013 in Presentations/Recognitions by SniperChicken
Here we will give recognition to those Mississippi geocachers who found their first cache 10 years ago (or longer) and are still caching to this day. In no particular order:
September 5, 2013 in Favorites by Sterling McCool
GC2PBC7 Shake Rattle and Roll, a traditional cache by mskissguy&frannyfru, is Oktibbeha County’s favorite, with 30 favorite points.
September 4, 2013 in Tips and Tricks by Lacey Bishop
When hiking, most people think about the food they are going to take with them. Trail mix, granola bars, chips…. Did you pack water? What about enough water for the trip?
September 1, 2013 in Geocache Stories and Cache Runs by Lacey Bishop
Scott, Kate and I needed to go to wal-mart, well what do you know, there was a few new caches in the area we had not found yet. So we
August 31, 2013 in News by Sterling McCool
Mississippi Public Broadcasting interviews Jeff Gatton, Shawn Harris, and Don Shepley from the Gulf Coast, and Kim Terrell of the DeSoto County CVB about geocaching in the state.