Now with nearly three million caches to find, and over TEN MILLION geocachers out there playing the game, chances are getting better and better for finding a caching date, or maybe even more.
Many of us have seen geocachers connect and start dating. Taking a potential date geocaching can lead to many insights about that person and how the two of you might get along down the trail …er… road. I’ve even attended a few official geocaching wedding events -have you?
In fact, I met my husband, Kidvegas19, through geocaching! We are both members of our local geocaching group, the IE-WSGA (Inland Empire Chapter of the Washington State Geocaching Association).
He asked me out on a date back in 2011, and we went geocaching the next day. We cached with friends and just the two of us, and always had a blast. It was the perfect way to spend some great quality time together, and to really get to know each other. We soon fell in love, and 3 years later, our wedding reception was an actual geocaching event!
I am looking for stories to add to my book that I’m writing on life stories and geocaching. Specifically, how geocaching has influenced or impacted your life in a positive way. Today’s topic is dating, relationships and love. If you would like to share a story with me for the book, please feel free to email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org. I am also collecting stories of all kinds, so please write away!
We thought it would be fun to compile a list of geocaching pick up lines. Feel free to add more pickup lines in the comments below.
Now, to get things started, here’s what we’ve come up with so far:
- Do you cache here often?
- Ever done a ‘night cache’?
- Nice camo!
- Let’s calibrate our GPSrs.
- Your coordinates or mine?
- He’s got great stats
- Would you like to see my trackable collection?
- What’s your caching name, and how did you choose it?
- Are you a hider, or a finder?
- Wanna go on a FTF run with me?
- TFTD (Thanks For The Date)
What other lines can you think of? Please share!