I have been singing the praises of geocaching for years. It is a great activity for young and old alike lending itself perfectly to the RV lifestyle. Anywhere you can drive a RV, there will be a geocache nearby. If geocaching is not yet part of your RVing repertoire getting started is easier than ever.
Cache Advance, an outdoor supplier of geocaching equipment, has developed a Newbie Kit that provides all the basic equipment needed for families to begin geocaching adventures.
This geocaching kit has everything needed to get started in the fun and entertaining adventure game for GPS users. All people need to do is add a handheld GPS device and start tracking hidden “treasures.” Many RV parks and campgrounds are embracing geocaching as low-cost entertainment for its guests.”
The Newbie Kit Contains:
- Micro cache – engraved ‘Geocache’ for easy identification in the wilderness
- Trackable tag
- Rite in the Rain log papers
- Rite in the Rain logbook
- Rite in the Rain stash notes
- Official geocaching sticker
- Decryption key
- Geo creed
- Permanent marker
- Assorted plastic bags
Let geocaching add a little (or a lot of) adventure to your next RV outing!
Learn more at: http://www.cache-advance.com/
Dave Helgeson’s many roles in the RV industry started before he even had a driver’s license. His grandparents and father owned an RV dealership before the term “RV” had been coined, and Dave played a pivotal role in nearly every position of an RV dealership. He and his wife Cheri launched their own RV dealership in the Pacific Northwest. The duo also spent 29 years overseeing regional RV shows. Dave has also served as President of a local chapter of the Recreational Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA), worked on the board of advisors for the RV Technician Program of a local technical college, and served as a board member of the Manufactured Home and RV Association. Dave’s reputation earned him the title of “The foremost expert on boondocking,” bestowed by RV industry icon, the late Gary Bunzer (The RV Doctor). When he’s not out boondocking, you’ll find Dave in the spotlight at RV shows across the country, giving seminars about all things RVing. He and Cheri currently roam in their fifth travel trailer, with Dave doing all the service, repair and modifications to his own unit.