Aug 30, 2014
We 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
Transition, Iridium GO!,
Simple Metal. The Bad Cop went with a
Unicat. Sonny raise the bar with the Helicarrier. The
Garden caching in on high tech tourism" about The Oregon Garden's use of
Geocaching to draw in guests was submitted by
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
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!
The live video session from this Google+ Hangout On Air can be found on YouTube.