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Stats Bar for S&ATListen to our interview with S&AT of Cambridge, England. Their favorite cache was a Slovenian Traditional called "Above The Lake (GC13Z10)." They have hidden several caches, "Yosemite Midsummer VIP/CITO Event:Tuolumne Meadows (GCXW3K)" -- and on the Santa Cruz Beach -- "Santa Cruz Seabright Beach CITO (GC15JTF)" -- as well as organizing the WWFM in Cambridge and attending "GeoWoodstock VI (GC134MJ)." They enjoy U2 and The Beach Boys.

Show Sponsor: SLAGA Geocaching Podcasts
Content Rating: Clean
Date Recorded: June 14, 2008
Show Notes: Bluedepth
Direct download: CAM082SAT.mp3
Category:CAM Series -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

Stats Bar for BRoKeN WListen to our interview with BRoKeN W of Mountain Home, Idaho. Rick uses GPX Sonar as his preferred method of managing waypoints. He got his father DumbledoresArmy2006 into caching as well. On his Geocoins is the Kanji symbol for Dream. His favorite hide was Blended, Not Stirred Cache (GC16P8H) and his favorite event was GeoRendezvous 2007 (GC13RF6). He also hosted the GeocoinFest Multi Event (Idaho) (GC14WKH) event, and regrets not finding any APE Caches. His favorite band is Breaking Benjamin.
Show Sponsor: Podcacher Podcast
Content Rating: Normal
Date Recorded: June 8, 2008
Show Notes: Bluedepth
Direct download: CAM081BRoKeNW.mp3
Category:CAM Series -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

Stats Bar for FluteFaceListen to our interview with FluteFace of Marysville WA. Shortly after recording her interview, we had the chance to meet up with this flute player at Geowoodstock VI. During her interview she talked about how she didn't really get into Geocaching until she got her own GPSR. She's recently received a Garmin Colorado as a Valentine's Day gift and enjoys cache both with or without her family. Just like Firefly03 though, Flutey is really into Geocoins. She's nearly out of her first geocoin and looking forward to making a second soon. Perhaps the best benefit of Geocaching though has been that she's learned that she can do more than she thought she could.
We also thanked Bluedepth for his help with the show notes. Our congratulation on his first year cacheaversary went to ReefPilot having hit caches in 24 states, 2 Canadian provinces, and 4 countries. We also received an e-mail from Jereme who was inspired by episode 60 of the Geocaching Podcast to attempt using Geocaching to work toward a healthier life. He's writing about his progress and experiences on this "SlimCache" blog.
Show Sponsor: Maine PodCache
Content Rating: Clean
Date Recorded: May 13, 2008
Show Notes: DarrylW4
Direct download: CAM080FluteFace.mp3
Category:CAM Series -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

Stats Bar for FrostG1anTListen to our interview with FrostG1anT of Alaska. His caching career began on Labor Day 2006 with a few of his friends who joined under the moniker OMGCrew. FrostG1anT enjoys puzzle caches, voluntary cache repair, and CITO. He has a preference for "Stale Caches" which have gone unfound for a month, finds them extra-compelling. SlatRat is another cacher that taught FrostG1anT to enjoy elegantly designed geocaches, such as The Death of Sherlock Holmes. One of FrostG1anT's favorite hides is Save the Cheerleader, Save the World. We also enjoyed a story of gbug66 and his private property cache -- The 466 Cache. When not actively engaged in Geocaching, FrostG1anT prefers to enjoy running and cultivating good relationships with land managers to further Geocaching in his area.
Show Sponsor: Granite State Geocachers Community Podcast
Content Rating: Clean
Date Recorded: May 8, 2008
Show Notes: bluedepth
Direct download: CAM079FrostGIanT.mp3
Category:CAM Series -- posted at: 12:00am EDT