+Wookie_Mouse Posted April 2, 2015 Share Posted April 2, 2015 Hi all! I am not new to geocaching, but I'm in the process of planning an 18 day camping trip this summer and I'm stumped on how to go about prepping for caches. In the past, we've always just uploaded our caches to our GPS, printed out the info in case we had no cell service and needed the hints, and went. But that was a weekend trip to one location, not 18 days that covers thousands of miles and 2 states. We are planning on camping at several spots, using our RV as our homebase, and then go out exploring with our car. We have several state and national parks and landmarks on our list, but I also know that we will have downtime to go geocaching - if not at these parks, then at our lunch stops or at towns we pass through. We will have all our gear with us, but what we won't have is reliable cell service. The vast majority of places won't have coverage at all - which is why I want to plan ahead as much as possible. My question is - has anyone done a similar trip? How did you narrow down your caches? How did you organize your information and keep it handy for each day? Some areas we'll be at are pretty lean on caches and that will be easy, but one of our campsites has literally hundreds of caches within a half hour's drive! Thanks, Stacy Quote Link to comment
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