Congratulations to MJBinski who snapped this photo titled “Nice Photo Opp” of his old cache name initials written in the Charles Cove beach sand near the Chalk Point Generating Station while signing the Charles County ADC Challenge.
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Virginia State Parks are free to enter January 1st as a way to encourage everyone to start the New Year right. The hardest part may be deciding which park to visit and some of our past First Day Hike participants have visited more than one. The first 100 visitors to each park will receive a commemorative bumper sticker. For more information visit this LINK. … Continue reading
Congratulations to Awesnap who snapped this photo titled “the perfect gift for that someone special” of DePhogration finding a lady’s corset during November’s Jefferson Park CITO.
Congratulations to Two000miler who took this early morning foggy photo of McAfee Knob while completing the last leg of Flyingmoose’s new Virtual Reward The Triple Crown.
Congratulations to Dephogration who snapped this mellow pic of water gently cascading down hill at Clarks Gully. We also offer a big thank you to everybody who participated in the September 2018 photo of the month contest.
Congratulations to Dephogration who snapped a icy cool photo on top of Stanley Glacier. We also offer a big thank you to everybody who participated in the August 2018 photo of the month contest.
It’s a tie!
Congratulations to both Zippy Finn and Serrabou! We also offer a big thank you to everybody who participated in the July 2018 photo of the month contest. ZippyFinn’s photo was taken at Devil’s Bathtub on a visit to Virginia’s Jefferson National Forest. Serrabou ‘s photo was taken on the Patuxent River during his early morning FTF search of Songs of the South.
Congratulations to platoaddict of her photo of America’s Oldest Humpback Bridge near Covington, Virginia. We also offer a big thank you to everybody who participated in the Jun 2018 photo of the month contest.
The District of Columbia Department of Parks and Recreation has implemented a new Geocaching program in which various facilities have been outfitted with geocaches along a Geocaching trail. The DPR hopes to educate geocachers about the eight Wards that make up the District of Columbia and their local histories, and to also highlight nearby parks and facilities throughout the eight Wards. Once you have logged all nine caches and affixed the unique stamp from each cache in your family passport, mail it in to receive your free EIGHT WARDS OF WASHINGTON, DC GEOTRAIL geocoin (only one geocoin per family while supplies last). … Continue reading