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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred fifty-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads Walt Grogan and Scott Berks (of "The Chicago Geocacher Podcast") return to talk over a number of audience submissions with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4. JanIflisa sent in some thoughts on garmin.openstreetmap.nl and frikart.no. KratzFamily5 emailed about this week's guests. Cedar & Co. emailed on Open Street Maps, GSAK, and Parallels. brilang sent tips about using GSAK for bookmark lists. Scott and Darryl also talked about the "GeoCaches" which now supports the OpenCaching sites.

Congratulations to afishoutawater for submitting the winning response for this week's question (she selected a Travel Booby). scrapcat and Wet_Coaster 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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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred fifty-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads previous guests (last on GGH 117: Road Caching IV) Peanuts or Pretzels (of the Peanuts or Pretzels blog) return to talk about geocaching during their travels. We also heard from Team AZMO (who recommended the "GPS Status & Toolbox" app for Android users), kidvegas19, Limax, Lookout Lisa, and Team_Pugatch, Wet_Coaster during this recording.

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GeoGearHeadsThe Developer of GCDroid - Geocaching" joined in-studio for the one-hundred fifty-third edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about the Android App for Geocachers. Stephan of june17 shared some of the features and how the app which started as his tool designed for his geocaching has grown into the product available today. Sloth96 wrote in about his love of the app, including the "GCDroid Plugin Phone-A-Friend."
We also heard from several GeoGearHeads about topics from the last show. kristaandgeoff shared more about the "Brass Cap Cache -Douglas Fir Trail" (GC43F3) moving virtual cache, and the "Stash n' Dash" (GCA0D6) unknown cache. Tentmantent wrote in to thank us for the help on his question, but also looking for more help with bbbike.org. Meanwhile debaere wrote in to suggest Tentmantent look at adding those roads to Google Map Maker and OpenStreetMap.

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GeoGearHeadsLANMonkey returns for the one-hundred fifty-second edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 on a number of subjects. The conversation began with information about using Evernote without the paid memberships from TheWoodenRadio. Next was the email from gslink&slinkymama questioning the use of a TILE as a traveler. DarrylW4 released one (TB6JBG9) at his local November Meet & Eat (GC5F7M6) to see how it works and the response from Cachers. Brightblades email about issues he's experienced with the Geocaching.com site. GPX tracks for mapping was next on the agenda as Tentmantent was looking for a way to create maps for Malawi. He also challenged GeoGearHeads to the first-to-find on his "The Red Soil of Malawi" (GC4N0EV). Wet_Coaster also wrote in about traveling caches, specifically the virtual "Brass Cap Cache -Douglas Fir Trail" (GC43F3) he found that keeps moving and changing its date hidden. The crew also talked about the Nerdoholic article "The bottle that ‘makes’ water out of THIN AIR: Gadget uses solar energy to collect moisture in a flask as you ride your bike."

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

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GeoGearHeadsPete of The Amasons and the "the Podcast Show" returns for the one-hundred fifty-first edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about camping.

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GeoGearHeadsWe're talking about hiding puzzles for the one-hundred fiftieth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Jennifer (author of the "Geocaching Puzzle of the Day") from teamajk returns (from GGH 123: Puzzles I) to help The Bad Cop and DarrylW4. The conversation started with the coord/geochecker options;

Jennifer used "Master of Mystery #01 - PARIS" (GC213AF), "Mastermind" (GC11PYB), and "Missed DiRectiΘn #1: The Foot" (GC45K32) as examples of geocaches with creative use of the coord/geocheckers.

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GeoGearHeadsThe Bad Cop, DarrylW4, and debaere talk about the Pocket Queries feature of Geocaching.com for the one-hundred forty-ninth edition of the GeoGearHeads. [Team D]Benignsource shared a question from the Nottingham Geocachers Facebook group about "The Church Micro Series."

Congratulations to geO_Kacher for submitting the winning response for this week's question. Thanks to Russell Atkinson for their donation of this week's Cliff Knowles gift!

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GeoGearHeads[Team D]Benignsource (of "The Oh Beep! Geocaching Podcast" and "Chasing Smilies") and sammydoctord (of "The Oh Beep! Geocaching Podcast") join The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred forty-eighth edition of the GeoGearHeads, our twenty-eighth Randomize show. Cedar & Co. emailed about "Escape the Locked Room" (GC3Z047) and "Escape the Music Room" (GC45K14) as well as some thoughts about appropriate cache placements. JerseyEric emailed about tracking apps on smartphones and how they can be used. The crew also talked about the HikerAlert.com service.

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GeoGearHeadsThe Bad Cop and DarrylW4 continue discussion from last week for the one-hundred forty-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads. This the emails from Brilang, geO_Kacher, Kittykatch, iHam, and Nighthawk700 were tackled in this episode. Thank you to all the wonderful GeoGearHeads for their submissions!

Congratulations to Brilang for submitting the winning response for this week's question. Thanks to Cache Advance for their donation of this week's gift!

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GeoGearHeadsnativtxn and Wet_Coaster joined The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred forty-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads and a discussion of poor geocache placements. This show was shaped by the submissions from the audience. We received too many for one show and didn't tackle even a third of them. We discussed examples from lafitefl, jonnybgoode9, A.Demshar, jinta29, RescuePenguin, limax, Tanjent, and finally Team_Pugatch. Thank you to all the wonderful GeoGearHeads for their submissions!

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GeoGearHeadsTheGCDoc (his YouTube Channel and "GGH 137: The Geocaching Doc") returned for the one-hundred forty-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 about several subjects subjected by the audience. XpunkX (of xpunkx & Julez) sent us a recording about using GSAK to log finds. JerseyEric asked about logging etiquette. brilang was looking for ways to compile his own maps. He's currently using maps from OpenStreetMap.nl with trails from SwitchBacks.com/NWTrails. DarrylW4 mentioned the Garmin Custom Maps, and suggested "GGH 060: Ontario Trails Project" as a listen to find out what goes into building trail maps. The Live Q&A suggested checking out GPSFileDepot as well. team_pugatch called in some information about his new hide – a Cabin in Maine (GC5D116) – in which the finder plays a text adventure game to collect the clues for the final cache location. The last bit in this show was from KratzFamily5 looking for opinions about cache size ratings.

Congratulations to lafitefl for submitting the winning answer for this week's question, and to Tanjent for being drawn as the winner of the live drawing. Thanks to CoinsAndPins.com for those prize donations.

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GeoGearHeadsfigures returns for the one-hundred forty-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about several GSAK topics. The conversation about GSAK started with a question from Limax out of the Live Q&A. He asked about learning to code Macros. While there's not a single tutorial, the best place to learn seems to be the "Macro Library" in the "GSAK Forum." A couple of figures's articles – "Creating a geocaching itinerary" and "Logging Caches With GSAK's 'Geocaching.com Access' Feature" – discussed with several other comments and questions from the Live Q&A. You can find figures writing under his real name (Adrian Faulkner) on GPSTracklog and his AdrianFaulkner.com.

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GeoGearHeadsThe guys talk about Geocaching.com Travelers again for the one-hundred forty-third edition of the GeoGearHeads. The Bad Cop, DarrylW4, and debaere (of "Only Googlebot Reads This Blog") pick up the conversation started on "GGH 131: Travelers I" (and they'll likely continue with another show in the 2015). JerseyEric shaped a good portion of this week's discussion with his voicemail including a question asked of the GeoGearHeads about their discovery trackables. Limax, Anteaus, and Team_Pugatch shared their answers to that question. The Live Q&A was also active during the show this week and some of the live viewers had their feedback used in this episode.

Before that we'd heard from JR and Juju about the GSAK to Evernote Macro. That was written by XpunkX who was the guest on "GGH Beta.09: Evernote." It's an easy method to move caches from GSAK into Evernote.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred forty-second edition of the GeoGearHeads we talk about using Evernote as a tool for Geocachers – a topic last received a full show for GGH Beta.09: Evernote. Scott Berks returns to talk with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 about it, and field feedback from fellow GeoGearHeads. "Giz" called in his pick of a Sliver Gripper and Buckmasters Nano Light (and sent a photo). juris1c shared his picks of a Fenix E05 and Victorinox Manager (and his photo). Then we moved on to emails from pinkunicorn, Kittykatch, juris1c, and JerseyEric (well, he called in a voicemail actually). We also heard from many live viewers (including nativtxn and Wet_Coaster) through the Live Q&A.

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GeoGearHeadsWe talk about the tools Geocachers shouldn't be without for the one-hundred forty-first edition of the GeoGearHeads. Pete of The Amasons and the "the Podcast Show" and geocachingvlogger – famous for his YouTube channel – join The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 to discuss some of the options. Team_Pugatch sent us his thoughts about the Maxpedition M-4 Waistpack (which he already created a video to share). He also wrote in about the Rite in the Rain pen. JR & Juju also like a bag as an essential tool – the "Cabela's Chest/Waist Pack." Tanjent wrote in that gel pens are great on the trail. Kittykatch shared that her top tool would be her bum bag (though she listed several other top picks) while brilang picked his brain as the top tool for the trail. Subwaymark's list was also read, including the multitool.
TAZ427 wrote in about using OpenStreetMap in c:geo and on his Garmin GPSRs. He grabs maps from Mapsforge.org to use offline in c:geo, and OSMMaps.com for the Garmin GPSRs.

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GeoGearHeadsThe topic for the one-hundred fortieth edition of the GeoGearHeads is geocaching without relying on a data connection. debaere (Only Googlebot Reads This Blog) returns to talk with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 about how and why to pre-load data before going into the field. debaere's favorite app for geocaching on Android is Locus Pro for it's offline mapping abilities. He also mentioned the "Ontario Trails Project" (check out GGH060) as a great resource to find trail maps. Darryl talked a little about using MOBAC to load open-source maps into Looking4Cache on iOS (instructions).

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GeoGearHeadsWe tackle a variety of subject for Randomize XXVI, the one-hundred thirty-ninth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Sonny of Podcacher, The Bad Cop, and DarrylW4 kicked off the topics with the article "Galileo satellites go into wrong orbit, European Space Agency says" about the "No 26-2014: SOYUZ GALILEO LAUNCH : INJECTION ANOMALY." debaere asked Sonny about how to ensure your gear works when you get where you're going. He suggested the Pelican Cases, Mophie Juice Pack, and Sanyo Eneloop. brilang asked about loading targets and their surrounding caches onto a single GPSR. The new voicemail came from [Team D]Benignsource who wanted to know about something we'd buy for Geocaching were cost not an object. Darryl wanted the Terrafugia Transition, Iridium GO!, or Printrbot Simple Metal. The Bad Cop went with a Unicat. Sonny raise the bar with the Helicarrier. The article "Oregon Garden caching in on high tech tourism" about The Oregon Garden's use of Geocaching to draw in guests was submitted by subwaymark. Wet_Coaster shared the news about "Newton Community Police Station" (GC58NKN) having been muggled before it first find. On a related note, Soho & Vic Police invited many of the podcasters to try their caches ("Police join global Geocaching craze and hide treasure in Sandwell"). After fielding many questions from the live viewers, the "The mystery of Death Valley's sailing stones has been solved" was next up.

Congratulations to Going to Carolina for submitting the winning answer for this week's question, and to onlysleepn for being drawn as the winner of the live drawing. Thanks to CoinsAndPins.com for those prize donations. Congratulations as well to Acyducy for being drawn as the winner from the special Block Party drawing. Thanks to Project-GC.com for their donation of this week's gift, and to GxProxy.com for their donation of the special gift!

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GeoGearHeadsShapespeare joins The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred thirty-eighth edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about his 3D Printed maps. Find more about him and his 3D printing on the "3D Printing Today" podcast, his YouTube channel, and blog. Questions from NativTxn, Team_Pugatch, and Wet_Coaster were fielded during this show.

Congratulations to Fishheadjr for submitting the winning answer for this week's question, and to MedicineManofseattle for being drawn as the winner from the special Block Party drawing. Thanks to Project-GC.com for their donation of this week's gift, and to GxProxy.com for their donation of the special gift!

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred thirty-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads The Geocaching Doc joins us to talk about his YouTube Channel, vlogging, and his geocaching. He got his start vlogging through the "Im Not Being Pokey!!!" (GC2TPJJ) cache. After sharing his kit, [Team D]Benignsource asked for suggestions to get young, inspiring vloggers going. TheGCDoc highlighted "Magic LAB GEOCACHE," "GEOCACHING PRANK!," and "GEOCACHING Brotherhood" as his favorite videos.

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GeoGearHeadsdebaere returns to talk about geocaching while traveling with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred thirty-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads. EngPhil emailing with a correction about the way the Geocaching LIVE API limits work (referring back to show 134). Next was a question from onlysleepn about how debaere plans for things like DeLorme challenges while traveling with children and still finding time to see the sights. Urbandude23 submitted his question through the Live Q&A about the challenges of caching in different countries.
Update August 15, 2014; debaere posted some preparatory notes to his blog.

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GeoGearHeadsThe focus is on hosting a Mega-Event for the one-hundred thirty-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Brawny Bear and Dane of Team AZMO talked with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 about their experiences with Geowoodstock XII and MOGA (mark your calendars for MOGA 2015GC511F1). BrawnyBear also shares a document (PDF, RTF, and Word 97) with some guidelines from his experience.
We also heard from several GeoGearHeads this time. iicydiamonds typed in about the "Crotches Kill" campaign against using devices in your lap. bilang emailed about many things, including the Amazon Basics AA LSD NiHM batteries he uses. EngPhil shared his thoughts and the reaction in the Geocaching.com forums to the changes in the emails from Geocaching.com. But nikcap was anxious to get some tips to help in hosting "MEtroGAthering" – GC56TP7.

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GeoGearHeadsIt's time for another Randomize show for the one-hundred thirty-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads! The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 are joined by LANMonkey – on of The Bad Cop's co-hosts on Caching in the Northwest. Anteaus asked about tracking guardian portals in Ingress. Then brilang shared information about the emails from Geocaching.com and thoughts about using GLONASS. A voicemail from JerseyEric asks for feedback about the use of trackables by fellow GeoGearHeads. Wet_Coaster wonders about playing location-based games with non-participants. "Opencaching NA Diversifed Cacher Contest starts soon, shared by DudleyGrunt. Team_Pugatch called in looks for tips with get geocaches approved by the Reviewer. Anteaus also wanted to know a about Geocaching LIVE API limits, Pocket Queries, and GSAK. The articles "U.S. Tightens Security on Electronics at Overseas Airports" by NBC News and "GPS Windshield Mounts Illegal in over Half the U.S." by GPSTraklog were also discussed.

Congratulations to Team_Pugatch for submitting the winning answer for this week's question, and to Limax as the winner of the live drawing. Thanks to Project-GC.com for their donation of this week's gift!

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred thirty-third edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 look at the gear that got them (and some of the fellow GeoGearHeads) through Geocaching. Submissions by Anteaus, TheTowerOfSong, kristensson, Limax, and debaere kicked off the discussion. Several viewers also contributed through the Live Q&A feature.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred thirty-second edition of the GeoGearHeads subwaymark returned to share about his cruise through the Panama Canal. Wet_Coaster shared through the Live Q&A that he's attended an event hosted by a couple of crusing cachers (GC56G1C) and asked how common these event were. As is turns out subwaymark had hosted his own (GC4ZJD8) for this trip having met some Geocachers from his ship at that event. Darryl also shared that U.S. residents might look into registering their equipment with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection to avoid ownership questions.

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