Jun 20, 2009
Listen to our interview with
WVAngler of West Virginia. He started caching
with a Magellan 310. He's caching now with the
DeLorme PN-20 and TomTom One. He's looking forward to trying the
Garmin Oregon 550. He uses the iPod Nano with
cache information loaded through GSAK to suppliment the paperless info in the field. He
ran into a bobcat attempting a 5/5 cache in the Pinnacle Rock State Park. His favorite caching
location so far has been Colorado. He'd like to try caching in the Sierra Nevada region of California, in the Patagonia region, New
Zealand, and Seattle. His favorite hides have been based on
the "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" movie, and
Virginia County Challenge (GC1QWJF). As for his taste in movies, "Monty
Python," "A Mighty Wind," "Napolean
Dynamite," and "This is Spinal Tap"
Our "Tip for the Seasoned Cacher" comes from Listener zbq:
"When hiding a cache, I like to find the focal point in the area, and then try to find a spot 25-30 feet away from it. The thought is that the focal point will distract the seeker enough to provide a bit of a challenge."