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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Behind The Scenes: Geocaching Podcast Ep. 227 November Cacher Coffee

Tonight's episode of the Geocaching Podcast was our November Cacher Coffee. What we do on the Cacher Coffee is just sit back and talk about just about anything. The idea is to give the people in the chat room or the Google Hang Out we normally have going a chance to talk during the show.

Our banter was pretty basic with one really cool note that XpunkX's son will be putting out his first geocache which is one of the PVC hydrants he had seen in one of my GeoSnippits videos.

When we do our Cacher Coffee any geocaching subject can come up. A large discussion came from a viewer email that dealt with geocaching during hunting season. Each of us had our own viewpoints which of course will be interpreted by you the viewers. There is no one correct answer and we just love bringing up many of the possibilities to discuss.

The next discussion also came from a listener who was trying to decide if they should put away his mobile phone for something else. This turned into a great GPSr discussion. I took it a bit further and wanted to know the thoughts of XpunkX and Darrylw4 about what would be popular for the up and coming holiday season. This then turned into a discussion about Winter Geocaching. Like I said anything goes in a Cacher Coffee.

It was a really great show and you really should give it a listen when it comes out in the next day or two.

We record the Geocaching Podcast each and every week on Wednesdays at 9:30pm EST. The recorded episode for this week will be available any time now via iTunes and the Geocaching Podcast website.

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