A return to a series this time, hidden over the course of a few weeks in mid-2013, the Harry Potter series by Frozen Feet (then know as Team Wibble), is a collection of ten caches, each with it's own Harry Potter theme.
The GeoVenture 2020 committee is made up of a collection of geocachers from various backgrounds, and a diverse set of skills. We are all frequent event attendees and a number of us regularly travel for Mega events.
For those cachers (and muggle partners) who love meandering through markets, the Beachport Easter Market promises to be worthwhile visit over the Easter weekend of GeoVenture 2020.
Something a little different this month, highlighting a series of caches, rather than a single listing. One of the earliest series created in South Australia. The series spreads across a large portion of metropolitan Adelaide, and ranges in difficulty from 1.5 stars to 4.5 stars, ensuring there is something everyone can challenge themselves with.
It is not often that someone new stumbles across geocaching and immediately has other cachers raving about their hides, but in the second half of 2012, that's exactly what happened with the arrival of clojo1! After a number of clever hides, the masterpiece that is 321 Blast Off was published in the middle of 2013, and it is Cache of the Month for June 2019.