Category Archives: Software

Posts about various programs that you can use for geocaching.

A Geocacher’s Firefox – Part 2

Back in 2009, I posted an article called A Geocacher’s Firefox. It was about using Greasemonkey Scripts with the Firefox browser to enhance your use of the Geocaching Website. I’ve updated the information a bit and then put it together … Continue reading

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A Geocacher’s Firefox

Most people these days use Firefox as their main web browser. Firefox has an interesting aspect that I didn’t even realize until recently…the ability to be customized. There are lots of options for customizing small aspects of how Firefox performs. … Continue reading

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Cache Stats Update

For those who have been following my blog for a while, you may remember I did a three part feature on a program called Cache Stats last summer. For those who didn’t read about them, and you’d like my review … Continue reading

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Projecting a Waypoint

Soon after I started geocaching, I purchased a Garmin eTrex Legend so that I could have a GPSr of my own. I had used one before and it seemed easy to use. Plus, the price was more affordable at the … Continue reading

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Cache Stats Part 3

Okay. I know I’m a bit late getting this up. It’s been busy for me. I would have had this up last week but I was in Lincoln and the image files I needed were back here at home. So … Continue reading

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