Let’s travel the world in a few hours.

Join us in the orchard for a trip around the world on International Geocaching Day 08/16/2014  from 4PM to 6PM

We will have food, activities and music from some great countries around the world.

Hockey from Canada

The 7 Souvenirs of August Flashmob

When – 8/16/14 9:15 AM

A Flashmob to gather Delaware geocachers (and cachers from other states who may be in the area) mid-way through August and the “7 Souvenirs of August”.  This will give all the locals an event to log in August to earn that souvenir.

We will meet at the Iron Hill Picnic Pavillion at 9:15 am 

There is an earthcache nearby (thanks to Mike Ott), lots of traditional caches in the park (thanks to Amanda and Knobbie), and a multi-cache in the park (thanks to RunFrog). Now you’ll have your event cache, too.

Come on out and enjoy!  Rain or shine!

Picnic on the Brandywine

Please come spend a nice Autumn day along the picturesque Brandywine Creek


Event times are 12:00pm til 5:00ish

Door prizes and raffles will also be going on.

A Pirate Looks at ????

Avast ye land lubbers!

Ahoy, Mateys! All hope abandon ye who read here. No wait, there’s hope. It’s not another rehobch puzzle. Hope remains!

One day late, come celebrate national “Talk Like a Pirate Day.” Or, perhaps, one day late, ye want to celebrate th’ ?? birthday of puzzle master rehobch. Let’s get together and haul some keel. Thar’ll be th’ best pirate booty ye’ve ever laid eayes on!

Place: Cowboy Up- Dover
Date: Sept. 20, 2014
Time: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

5th Annual Ice Cream Social

It’s that time of year again………….Ice Cream time!

This is the 5th summer of getting together for some food, ice cream and geochat.  Meet outside at the tables!

 08/30/2014    6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

374 E. Chestnut Hill Road
Newark, DE 19713

January Geocacher of the Month!

Mike Ott has been named the Geocacher of The Month!!



Timecachers Novels

Glenn (dinobalz) has written 2 books about American History.  The great thing about them is they use a form of Geocaching to “Discover” the details of history. They use a high-tech GPS to locate history beacons (see below).  Both novels are great to read and have just enough drama to keep you interested, while enlightening you to US history.   You don’t need to read them in order, you can read Pursuit of Liberty first if you want.

From Amazon:
Timecachers is a high-tech adventure story that transports present-day characters to the Cherokee Indian Removal of 1838.  Although the story should appeal to everyone, it will be especially interesting to a younger, technical audience.  It will also appeal to those who wish to learn more about Cherokee culture.

Pursuit of Liberty Follow the Timecachers on a chase through colonial Boston! For the last year, the Timecachers have been fulltime field test engineers of the LANav, a revolutionary navigational device capable of navigating through both space and time. When a malevolent engineer from a rival company steals one of the devices and accidentally transports himself to 1770, Adam, Sal, Alice, and Tom must follow him through a series of time beacons, taking them on a chase through the tumultuous and rebellious days of colonial Boston.

Link to books at Amazon: Timecachers

They are both available in paperback, and for Kindle, and Kindle Apps for PC and other “smart” devices (Phones etc.)