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Barry S.


Encinitas, CA
Hometown: Encinitas

Member since:

November 19, 2011

What's the neatest cache you've done so far?

Geocaching in Haifa, Israel last December was interesting. Among the caches I located was one in a park about 300 feet below my hotel room. In the cache was a pair of 3D glasses. Being in the 3D business, I saw that as a positive sign.

When and how did you first learn about geocaching?

Grenoble came down to San Diego from LA to meet with us and on the way he geocached along the 405. At lunch he explained what geocaching was all about... and I was hooked. I'm constantly trying to be introspective about the sport and why it is so addicting.

What kind of GPS device do you have, if you have one?

Using my Nokia Smartphone which is typically accurate within 5 feet if used correctly.

How long have you been geocaching?

Caching since September, 2011.

How many times have you gone geocaching?

Several times a week since September, 2011.


I was introduced to Geocaching by a stereographer friend of mine in Hollywood. It's the perfect sport for OC personalities. So I'm happy :-). Probably one of the most addicting things I've gotten myself into.

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