Not getting your money’s worth out of that GPS? Try Geocaching!

GPS devices are hot and selling briskly despite the sometimes high price tag. Sure, it's cool to have in the car, but how much do you really use it? Are you wishing you had that $500 back? Perhaps you could find another use for it. Why not try Geocaching?

Geocaching is like a high-tech treasure hunt that makes for a great family activity around your home, or while travelling. It's popularity has been growing steadily since 2000 when GPS signals were upgraded. Current estimates indicate approximately 250,000 active geocaches around the world.

A good geocaching FAQ can be found here

A great newspaper story that gives you a feel for the sport in the Pittsburgh area is here.


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