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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred seventy-eighth edition of the GeoGearHeads we talk again about Opencaching North America. DudleyGrunt and NativTxn last talked with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 about the service on "GGH125: Opencaching North America." The discussion really started with a look at the cache types on the service, especially the guest book, dead drop, BIT Cache, and challenges. They also talked about using GeoKrety and Pathtags with the service. You can find Opencaching North America on Google+, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. They also have articles on their blog for the entire community.

DarrylW4 was recently visited by scottberks and shortyknits. While at the Metro Detroit GeoGearHead Studios he got them to record a bonus show available to everyone about planning (thanks to the Patrons for making the bonus show possible).

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GeoGearHeadsIt's a show full of feedback and Geocaching discussion for the one-hundred seventy-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads. Michael Miller of the "Cache and Release" podcast attempted to join The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 this week, but due to some issues with the Google+ Hangout On Air wasn't able to participate much. The feedback started with some from Limax about Waterfield Designs bags and the new Geocaching.com messaging service. The panel took a short detour into the Geocaching.com six souvenirs for the summer. Nighthawk700 tipped us off to the name change of the official Geocaching.com app to "Geocaching Backcountry." Then both Jennifer of TeamAJK and Astronut shared information about a new centimeter accurate positioning system in development. The Live Q&A was also active with feedback from the live viewers (thanks to everyone who contributed).

Congratulations to Team_Pugatch for submitting the winning response for this week's question, and to afishoutawater for winning the live prize. Thanks to CoinsAndPins.com for their donation of this week's gifts!

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GeoGearHeadsDanno of Team_Pugatch returned to talk with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 about gear for your bicycle for the one-hundred seventy-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Danno talked a little about his "Le Tour de SoPo" (GC5T3C) multicache designed to be done by bike. CP590 also mentioned in the Live Q&A that orienteering is still a Scouting Merit Badge. Some of the gear mentioned on the show included;

Misha email looking for feedback on fellow Geocachers who might be riding tadpole-style trikes (he home built his but they're also available from Utah Trikes and other stores).

Congratulations to Misha for submitting the winning response for this week's question. Thanks to CoinsAndPins.com for their donation of this week's gift! Danno also provided a live prize which went to adamwarren.

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GeoGearHeadschildofatom talks about the process of solving a puzzle geocache for the one-hundred seventy-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads. He's the author of the "How To Puzzle Cache" book but recommends puzzle geocachers also read "Omniglot" for alphabets and writing systems and "Rumkin.com" for codes and ciphers. He suggests using "TinEye" and "Google Images" for reverse image searches.

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GeoGearHeadsThe geocachingvlogger, scottberks, The Bad Cop, and DarrylW4 joined up for the one-hundred seventy-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads. The show kicked of with extensive discussion about the Challenge Cache Submissions Moratorium. Geocaching.com is looking for input through May 12th from the Geocaching community which will inform a survey coming out later, which will in turn influence the future of Challenge Caches on Geocaching.com. Nighthawk700 tipped us off about a change in the Geocaching.com Live API as posted to the CacheSense and GSAK forums. As of May 18th access tokens expire every six days rather than lasting till revoked (authorizations are managed through the "Authorizations" tab from the "Account Settings"). Then lafitefl shared more about Kayak caching, along with TheWoodenRadio and his planning for "Geo-Boat #1" (GC54CB4). On mass transit caching we heard from Oh Beep! about the "Sidetracked" series of caches. Ulf also mentioned "24" (GC1AGHB) – a real time puzzle website paired with mass transit to create an unknown cache with more than a thousand favorite points. The Engadget article about lithium-ion batteries under a microscope was next. Finally the changes to the Munzee Code of Conduct were submitted by brilang.

Congratulations to LeofricH for submitting the winning response for this week's question, and to Dr. Cachenstein for winning the live prize. Thanks to CoinsAndPins.com for their donation of this week's gifts!

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred seventy-third edition of the GeoGearHeads Mr. & Mrs. LANMonkey talk about kayaking. They suggested reading a forum post on Paddling.net in response to a question from kc9gbo. Nighthawk700 shared his favorite kayaking caching visit to "Degobah" (GC3NB2J). He was also looking for information on containers and the discussion is started in the Maryland Geocaching Society forum. The mention of geoart for kayak caching reminded the LANMonkies of "Ducky 1" (GC53T0Y). Dr.Cachenstein emailed about their kayak geotrail which starts with "Shenango River Water Trail #1: An Oxbow?" (GC3TGD7).
Update: LANMonkey posted the "LMGA 83 - Kayak Unboxing and Burnaby Lake" video.

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GeoGearHeadsWe're talking about using public transportation for the one-hundred seventy-second edition of the GeoGearHeads. subwaymark, The Bad Cop, and DarrylW4 share some tips and many stories from fellow GeoGearHeads. Limax emailed about his experience with the VTA Light Rail series (1, 2, and 3). debaere shared links for a few of his blog posts. ("A Wand'a Thru Toron'a - Part 1," "A Wand'a Thru Toron'a - Part 2," "Bears Go East: The National Mall," "Bears Go East: The National Mall Redux," and "Bears Go East: A Small Piece Of Canada In America"). brilang emailed about his experiences including "LRT - American Blvd." (GC2DV2J). TheGCDoc also shared his videos (part 1 and 2) of geocaching from mass transit. Lindskog, Team_Pugatch, Billy Robson, Thavia, Jim52, Vinceo, LeofricH, and iHam also had emails shared in this show. Darryl brought up the 2007 issue in Boston – "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Promo Causes Panic In Boston."

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We thought it would be helpful to provide links some of the other Caching Podcasts currently available.

If you have a new podcast to add please e-mail me at darrylw4@cacheamaniacs.com.

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GeoGearHeadsNoted hider puzzler26 joins us for the one-hundred seventy-first edition of the GeoGearHeads.

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GeoGearHeadsWe look at some of the foolish things Geocachers do for the one-hundred seventieth edition of the GeoGearHeads. The stories started with one from Limax about "Ker-Splash" (GC5C58) and "Wind Caves" (GC1KH9N). Next up were stories from KratzFamily5, Wet_Coaster, and Redbeard4570. Redbeard4570's story revolved around "Castle Rock Cache" (GC1HNYX).

Congratulations to A.Demshar for submitting the winning response for this week's question, and to Redbeard4570 for the winning Foolish Cacher story. Thanks to CoinsAndPins.com for their donation of this week's gift!

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred sixty-ninth edition of the GeoGearHeads we talk with a couple hosts of GeoWoodstock XIII. cooley1103 and snurt of BJ&Snurt101 are the guests – just two of more than two-dozen committee members of "GeoWoodstock XIII" (GC54840) – to share some of their insight about the major gather for Geocachers. Darryl also requested that GeoGearHeads wishing to trade Pathtags email him to set up their trade for his "DarrylW4 10 Years of Podcasting" PathTag.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred sixty-eighth edition of the GeoGearHeads debaere returns to talk about attending mega-events. He wrote an article – "Mega Events: A Survival Guide" – last March about attending events which can help. Before that we read an email from gslink&slinkymama about their Pi Day and their "The Vikings of Greenheim" series. Wet_Coaster also shared the Alberta Battle Cache game from this year and last.

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GeoGearHeadsLANMonkey joins DarrylW4 to talk over a variety of topics for the one-hundred sixty-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads. They started with a discussion of Pi Day and the Happy Pi Day Souvenirs. simrebel emailed about "The Great Norfolk to Norfolk TB Race 2015." Darryl also requested that GeoGearHeads wishing to trade Pathtags email him to set up their trade for his "DarrylW4 10 Years of Podcasting" PathTag (listen to the show for details). Next up was the release of the new search feature on Geocaching.com as announced on the Geocaching Blog, and through their FAQ. Cedar & Co. emailed about the efforts to get Cachers out in the winter – "Atlantic BattleCache 2015 Event" (GC5GZZ3, see their web page) and "Scabblecache." DuneBuddy emailed about options for caching the GeoGearHeads YouTube videos for offline use. That's a function YouTube had been talking about adding to the mobile apps. He also recommended AlternativasLibres.es; Routable Maps for Garmin, GPS File Depot, and garmin.openstreetmap.nl as sources for Garmin GPSR Owners to get free OpenStreetMap tiles for their devices. Wet_Coaster asked whether Challenge Caches have their own icon. Oh Beep! wanted to know the one feature on your preferred geocaching site that you wouldn't be without.

Congratulations to RatNKids for submitting the winning response for this week's question, and to Limax for submitting the winning entry for the live question. Thanks to FTF Geocacher Magazine for their donation of this week's gift!

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GeoGearHeadsMagnus – the Developer of Project-GC.com – returns for the one-hundred sixty-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads. He was last on GGH 122 to share some of the key features. Now he talks about some of the new features including "Auto-challenge-checkers" and "Challenge difficulty."

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GeoGearHeadsDanno of Team_Pugatch talks about keeping your two-wheeled caching vehicle on the trail on the one-hundred sixty-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads. He asked a live question about the peanut butter wrench for a special prize pack he assembled which went to Nighthawk700. A couple resources for cycling repairs are the "The Bicycling Guide to Complete Bicycle Maintenance and Repair" book by Todd Downs and the Sheldon Brown website. They also talked about a few bike mounts, including the Arkon SmartPhone Mount, Biologic, and Nite Ize HandleBand. Some of the tools mentioned included NewLeaf Fabrications Tool Roll, Pedro's Multitool, Pedro's Tire Levers, Topeak Road Morph Pump, Topeak Alien II, and Velo Orange.

SkipOkane also launched a contest for the GeoGearHead Wallabee players.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred sixty-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads Jennifer (author of the "Geocaching Puzzle of the Day") from teamajk answers questions about puzzle caches from the GeoGearHeads audience. The first questions came from tjarrard and Astronaut about what makes a puzzle cache different from other caches. A.Demshar wanted to know opinions about puzzle cache logging etiquette. Limax wanted to know how to determine the puzzle type when looking at the cache for the first time. Anteaus recommended "How to Puzzle Cache" book and wondered if there might be an extra book with more tips and tricks. Jennifer added a "Puzzle Solving Toolbox" post with resources she collected for solving puzzles. A.Demshar then asked for help through the Live Q&A with a play fair cipher while scrapcat wanted to know about a one-time pad. Thavia wanted tips for creating a puzzle cache, to which Jennifer provided a link to information from her recent talk. CraigsOutside called in about using a keyword as a passphrase in his cache. Then LeofricH asked about the process of submitting a puzzle cache to the Geocaching.com Reviewers. billy robson asked about an easy way to find the cache description in the HTML from the cache page. Team_Pugatch asked about the average difficulty rating for puzzle caches. TAZ427 wanted tips for solving puzzles in a foreign language (he's planning to visit last remaining APE cache – GC4ZGHZ). Jennifer suggested using Cryptocrack as it does work in multiple languages. Brilang wanted a tool to determine the steganography encoding, to which Jennifer suggested "Jeffrey's Exif Viewer." Next graywolf5 asked for image search tools. FauxtoPro wanted an opinion about single- or multi-stage puzzles, as well as container expectations. Lastly dsvmusic wanted tips about the container itself.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred sixty-third edition of the GeoGearHeads we talk with Russell Atkinson (author of the Cliff Knowles Mysteries) about ciphers. Some resources he suggests are;

A couple of tools to solve the ciphers are;

Google+ Users are encouraged to join the Recreational Cryptanalysis community. Then some puzzles geocaches on which you can practice are;



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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred sixty-second edition of the GeoGearHeads the panel (debaere, TheGCDoc, The Bad Cop, and DarrylW4) talks over several subjects from the audience and news. The discussion kicked off with a question about GSAK from Misha. Next was a question on trackable visualization from PatientRock. Aside from the Geocaching.com tools they panel also suggested checking out geotrib.es. Then it's on to the news with a story from Engadget about Engergizer's first high-performance battery made with recycled batteriesEcoAdvanced. Next was the Engadget articles about Garmin's new Vivoactive, Fenix 3, and Epix. Nighthawk700 shared the Skink GPS Android app which allows Pebble watch users to navigate with their watch. Engadget's "This power pack can charge your iPhone 6 in 15 minutes" post generated some discussion about rapid charging. And of course we talked with TheGCDoc about winning the MichelinQuest contest.

Congratulations to afishoutawater for submitting the winning response for this week's question, and to Tha Duh Feez for winning the live drawing. Thanks to CoinsAndPins.com for their donation of this week's gift!

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred sixty-first edition of the GeoGearHeads we're talking with a couple committee members about MOGA 2015 (GC511F1).

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Preview Geocaching.com Advanced SearchGeocaching.com shares a first look at their new Advanced Search feature in this special edition of the GeoGearHeads. Scott and Eric talk with TheBadCop and DarrylW4 about the beta soon to be release to Premium Members. Check out the "Premium Members: Get a Sneak Peek at the New Advanced Search" blog post for more how you can get in on this beta!

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GeoGearHeadsXpunkx returned to talk about GSAK for the one-hundred sixtieth edition of the GeoGearHeads. (He offers a GSAK 101 and GSAK 201 web video.) He fielded questions from TheWoodenRadio, kittykatch, and DaddyOtho.

brilang also emailed feeedback on "GGH 158: Hiking Tips for Cachers I."

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GeoGearHeadsFive members of Team Munzee joined TheBadCop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred fifty-ninth edition of the GeoGearHeads. They shared a little of what's happened since "GGH 127: More New From Munzee" and a little about a new product in beta testing. Near the end of the show they launched the new "Trail Munzee."

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GeoGearHeadsthecyr (of "Avoiding Chores") joined DarrylW4 to shares tips Geocachers can use while they hike for the one-hundred fifty-eighth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Several GeoGearHeads also shared their tips, including; afishoutawater, Anteaus, cjrickard, DaddyOtho, debaere, dsvmusic, GeO_Kacher, JerseyEric, JR and Juju, TheGCDoc, and Wet_Coaster.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred fifty-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads we're talking with Listener and Patron Anteaus about his experience with 3D Printed Geocaches. Some of the geocaches he's hidden using 3D Printed containers are;

He's also been involved in printing containers for;

Some of the files on Thingiverse he recommends are;

He also suggests looking at Tinkercad for editing the models. Correction; the cost for the small soda/pop cap container should have been 33¢.

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GeoGearHeadsWalt Grogan and Scott Berks (of "The Chicago Geocacher Podcast") stuck around to record a special bonus show for the one-hundred fifty-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads. This episode strays from the normal format, following the Patron Bonus shows we normally record following the Randomize episodes, but also this is not safe for the family. Some of the articles discussed were:



Congratulations to Team_Pugatch and nativtxn who each won the 2014 Compass Rose geocoins during the live drawing. Thanks to CoinsAndPins.com for their donation of this week's gift!

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