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By: Jean - OurExplorer Tour Guide

Tue, 31 Mar 2009 07:31:01 +0000

Hiking or traveling, for some people, it's nothing but an inner request. Jsut feel like going somewhere. :) Like the idea "treat the earth gently". It's hard to really carry it out. Focus on what individuals can do and small contribution matters.

By: Antonia Malchik

Mon, 30 Mar 2009 14:20:18 +0000

Hi Sharon! Geocaching is a global activity. Go to the website above (, and on the home page is a box where you can put in your zip code. It'll tell you if there's caches nearby. Depending on where you are in CA, I'd bet there's a lot. I did it with mine and found a whole lot of caches relatively nearby. It does seem to me like a really fun family activity, just a kid's game, but we could all use a bit more of that! And I need a way to get my husband out more. Also, the New York Times magazine did a piece on it yesterday, if you want another take:

By: Sharon

Sun, 29 Mar 2009 21:36:33 +0000

What a fun way to get people out more! Do you know if they have it for Northern California? We have lots of hiking trails etc around here but I could use some fun and games to join this....nice!