First To Find - A Term used by Geocachers
When you are the first one, finding a "virgin" cache
Usually found in the forums or written in the online or physical log books.
nice - FTF on the cache !
Term used for Global navigation.
Latitude and longitude create a waypoint.
Latitude is the angular distance north or south from the earth's equator ranging from 0° at the Equator to 90° at the poles (90° N for the North Pole or 90° S for the South Pole).
Your waypoint coordinates have a typo, the Latitude was 48° but you wrote 47°.
Took Nothing. Signed Logbook - Term used by Geocachers
similar to TNLNSL
TNSL, nice cache location !
A non-geocacher. Based on "Muggle" from the Harry Potter series, which is a nonmagical person. Usually this term is used after a non geocacher looks puzzled at a geocacher making circles with their GPS receiver, or when a non-geocacher accidentally finds a cache. Geomuggles are mostly harmless.
Short version: Muggle
A lot of geomuggles around the cache in summer - use your stealth abilities
Slang for a GPS receiver.
Equipment to receive GPS signals for use in navigation.
you bought a new GPSr? How is it?
Equipment to receive GPS
signals for use in navigation.
Bought a new GPS Receiver yesterday - i hope it's better than my last one...
Thanks for the Christmas Cache
Term used in online logs of individuals reporting the successful location of a Geocache on Christmas day.
Found the cache located under a door on the outside of the wall - TFTXMASC!!!