On May 3, 2000, Dave Ulmer placed the first geocache (called a “geo stash” back then).
This followed the US’s opening of satellite access previously used only by the military.
Indeed, it turned out to be border guards - about 6 or 7 people with machine guns.".
The media write - "A 33-year-old man, a citizen of the Russian Federation, was detained on November 3 near the Turkish shaft.
Basically, geocaching is a world-wide scavenger hunt using GPS technology.
The hobby is great for people of all ages (including little kids) and abilities (even for people with disabilities).
The most recent statistics indicate that there are “1,084,870 active caches and an estimated 3-4 million geocachers worldwide.
On the railway I heard voices, and noticed people who were looking for someone ...
Naturally, I immediately assumed that they were frontier guards, and they were looking for me. I without hesitation gave a voice and went out to the people.
Geocaching is basically a big game of hide and seek where some people have hidden containers (caches) and others try to find them using a set of coordinates and a GPS.
To be honest, the so-called treasure isn't really worth finding, but the neat spots you'll explore and the fun you'll have looking for caches together is.