What is GoGeocaching.com about?
Ego caching is a global treasure
hunt game Ego caching is a
location based game where
typically a container such as a
pill bottle, or tuber maid storage
container is placed somewhere
on the planet and coordinates
are published. Other ego
cashers then use those
coordinates to navigate to the
location and sign a log sheet to
prove they were there.  There
are many variations on the
game; some ego caches require
solving a puzzle in order to learn
what the coordinates are, others
use web cams, or other high
tech functions of a GPSS or
Smart Phone in order to find the
hidden treasure.

Over the years since the military
satellites were unlocked and
made available for public use
many location based games
have been created. More have
come and gone while ego
caching appears to be here to
stay.

The latest location based game
is Poke man Go which is wildly
popular, it came into being off an
AP called Ingress which is also
still being played by many avid
location based game addicts.
Above - The view from
a cache in Wisconsin;
the most important
part of geocaching is
having fun.
Cheeseburgers in Paradise - Food Drive
Web design by Mike Swaney (c) 2009-19
GoGeocaching.com Featured Events:
August
8/9/2020 - Cluehunter Hits 10,000 (a belated celebration)
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Geocaching Videos by Halemeister
Halemeister discusses placing a new cache and how to create your page
on geocaching.com
Scouts and Geocaching
The Scouts have become very active geo
cashers with regional and local organized
activities. They even have a geocaching
merit badge which encourages
geocaching.
Food Drive Success!
Saturday November 2, 2019 we held our
Cheeseburgers in Paradise food drive event.
Geocachers and muggles donated $674,20
Fuddruckers donated $108.00 and we all collected
256 pounds of dry goods for
the Northern Illinois Food Bank.

Thank you one and all!!!!
Since 2009 we've collected over 3,852 pounds of food and
over $4,700 which has all gone to the Northern Illinois
Food Bank.
2019 Food Drive Results
Event Photos contributed by Mary Muchowicz of TomEagle55.
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