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published by the Groundspeak Inc
Geocaching is a free site for a real-world treasure hunting game using GPS devices. Users can make an account and search for "geocaches" in their area. The site answers FAQs and explains in detail how to play the game.
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Restriction: © 2000 Groundspeak Inc
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Keyword: GPS
Record Creator: Metadata instance created August 30, 2011 by Raina Khatri
Record Updated: Aug 19, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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August 29, 2011
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(Groundspeak, Seattle, 2000), WWW Document, (
Geocaching (Groundspeak, Seattle, 2000), <>.
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Geocaching. (2011, August 29). Retrieved November 28, 2023, from Groundspeak:
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Groundspeak. Geocaching. Seattle: Groundspeak, August 29, 2011. (accessed 28 November 2023).
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Geocaching. Seattle: Groundspeak, 2000. 29 Aug. 2011. 28 Nov. 2023 <>.
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