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Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Geocaching

Geocaching combines two things that I really enjoy, technology and nature. I get to go outside, see beautiful things, and feel like I am part of some sort of secret society of treasure-hunters. Sorry for the large file size, I am still perfecting my compression.


Geocaching
Music: The Album Leaf - The Outer Banks

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25 Comments:

  • Geocaching looks awesome! poison ivy does not.

    How did you ever get into geocaching? (sounds to me kinda like vlogging for outdoors types.)

    By Blogger Phil Hamilton, at 12:52 AM, June 14, 2005  

  • Great vlog, Josh. I like Geocaching too. Do far, I have only done in-city caching which has proven to be interesting. (I live right downtown Chicago and dont have a car, so I have to make do)City Geocaching can be alot of fun actually ... I'll try to vlog it next time I go.

    (also there is rarely poison ivy in ... a subway station, for example :P )

    - Dave
    http://www.davidmeade.com

    By Blogger David Meade, at 2:25 AM, June 14, 2005  

  • wow. never heard of geocaching. looks like lots of fun. sorry about the poison ivy=not fun.

    By Blogger Zadi, at 2:51 AM, June 14, 2005  

  • there are no geocaching here. darn.

    By Blogger shahvlog, at 4:02 AM, June 14, 2005  

  • I loved the part of the video where you stopped everything and focused on the reflection in the water.

    I, too, would like to know how you got into geocaching. I'd love to start!

    By Blogger Tim, at 6:54 AM, June 14, 2005  

  • i think this is my favourite vlog of yours yet! the reflecting ponds bit was really lovely.

    you even made the poison ivy look cool! =P

    By Blogger katelin, at 7:41 AM, June 14, 2005  

  • Sorry for the poison ivy :( Never heard of geocaching before, it looks like a lot of fun! I liked the pool reflection shot and nature shots you did as well :)

    By Blogger Erin, at 8:51 AM, June 14, 2005  

  • For those interested, you can find out more information at www.geocaching.com

    Josh, I was thinking of doing a geo caching vlog the other day. It's probably been a couple of years since I went on my first (and only) geo caching hunt but it was so neat. Who ever thought of starting this was a genius.

    Great video, as always.

    By Blogger Scott Walker, at 8:54 AM, June 14, 2005  

  • Don't scratch it!! (alright. you already know that)

    I agree about the filesize, but the end result looks great-- mine would have been a forest of blocky green boxes.

    By Blogger schlomo rabinowitz, at 1:36 PM, June 14, 2005  

  • There aren't enough details in the video to figure out which cache you were hunting. I've been lucky and have not run into any poison ivy while caching. I may have picked some up in my backyard over the weekend, though.

    By Anonymous Scott Zrubek, at 2:15 PM, June 14, 2005  

  • that looks like so much fun. i gotta see if we have anything like that in nyc.

    By Blogger bloodshot and half-blind, at 5:15 PM, June 14, 2005  

  • poison ivy = :(

    "hidden" scene ('tuesday is poison ivy day) = :D


    excellent job!

    By Blogger rachie, at 6:22 PM, June 14, 2005  

  • Awesome work. Spread the word on the PI!

    -Just one of the many addicted geocachers who cruised here from the GroundSpeak forums.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:33 PM, June 14, 2005  

  • wow...i had no idea..wild and lovely concept...would love to try sometime.
    PS your site says you play dulcimer...could you vlog some playing?

    By Blogger -m-e-l-i-s-s-a-, at 4:21 AM, June 15, 2005  

  • That's Nuts!! Literally!!

    By Anonymous Phil W., at 5:14 PM, June 15, 2005  

  • I want to geocache! Can you say that? Is the verb "to geocache"?

    By Blogger Amanda, at 8:40 PM, June 15, 2005  

  • I'd heard of geocaching but never seen it or done it. Looks rad.

    By Anonymous jonny goldstein, at 12:05 AM, June 16, 2005  

  • I've seen another video on this but i liked yours better. Good job. That's a sweet GPS you have.

    By Blogger Nathan Peters, at 1:21 AM, June 18, 2005  

  • Yeah, Geocaching rocks (except for poison ivy part). Really well made video though. I envy your proness.

    By Blogger Ben, at 12:37 AM, June 19, 2005  

  • interesting phenomenon, this geocaching ... nice video ... as for the poisin ivy you should try "jewell weed" ... I've had poisin ivy a skizillion times and this stuff works the best, no kidding, with the added bonus that it makes you're skin green temporarily ... google "jewell weed" and "poisin ivy" ...

    By Blogger Richard, at 3:50 PM, June 19, 2005  

  • I had gotten to Geocaching pretty heavy a few years ago then I switched to whitewater kayaking. This summer since I'm out due to shoulder surgery I'll be getting back into geocaching. I have a GeoCaching Page set up on my old personal site at: http://dandbbradley.home.mindspring.com/geocaching.html

    By Blogger Doug, at 3:22 PM, June 20, 2005  

  • Excellent.

    I've only been out geocaching once since my first and last trip; I need to get out there again. The latest attempt was an urban micro ... and as I tried to find it I got stopped by a cop and had to abort. heh.

    Now that it's warm out I have this irrational fear of ticks. I could deal with poison ivy, but I totally freak out if I spot a tick on me. :shudder:

    By Blogger kellybelly, at 4:01 AM, June 22, 2005  

  • wow this is amazing! what a great video and really ignites the fire for geocaching -- better than any TEXT on geocaching ever!!! great music btw

    By Blogger ro, at 5:04 PM, June 22, 2005  

  • *catching up on old videos*

    you know what? i heard about geocaching like 6 months ago and was REALLY excited to do it. i even got my gps unit. (i have the yellow etrex, kinda like yours!)

    i was going to geocache with my sister, but we never got around to it. argh. this video has me excited about it again though. thanks josh for another rad video.

    and sorry to hear about your poison ivy. remember, "leaves of three, let it be!"

    By Anonymous annie, at 9:37 PM, June 28, 2005  

  • hmm like some of them here i havent heard of geocaching so its kinda new to me..not like i can do it here in PI.ok hop on tostil ur other videos...hehe

    By Blogger karen, at 12:07 PM, July 28, 2005  

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