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Geocacher since: May 26th, 2014 user since: November 14th, 2014
Number of finds: 2 424
Number of trips: 107
Number of trip templates: 7
Favoritt cache type: Wherigo (NOT reverse)
Favorite print template: Detailed, left aligned – default
Hjemfylke:  Hedmark  Norway

What’s your caching style?

I like almost everything when it comes to caching. Except the most extreme peaks, extreme mysteries. etc. I like it when the CO has really put something extra into it when creating the cache.

Tell us a bit about your last trip

My last trip went to Namsos and Namsos Rail Road Trail. When NRK (Norwegian Broadcast Company) made The Summer Train last year (A “Slow TV” concept), Vesla and I began to look for the opportunity to test rail biking. When we discovered the Namsos Rail Road Trail, we just had to get there.

On We were able to find all the caches in a trip template all that remained was to find a departure time.

This trip became one of the best caching trips ever. That we were lucky with the weather was an added bonus. Although all the caches were PETlings, the surroundings made the whole experience. The big goal of the return was a stop at rhe self-serving ice cream sales

Why do you create Trip templates?

I wish to inspire others with nice trips. I’ve created some trip templates for places where I’ve had some nice trips. And others have been created to show possibilities for trips in my area.

What functionality do you emphasise when talking about to people who do not use

The Cachetur Assistant: use it to add just those caches you want. And with the route displayed both on and project-gc. it’s an indispensable tool.

Why do you contribute financially to

Just have to support such a fantastic tool, have no idea how I should cache without it.

How has helped you plan trips with others?

Have arranged a few trips with our local association (GPS). And then we have used as a tool to gather the caches we wish to find. And we have used it to collaborate on solving mysteries.

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