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We recently asked: Geocaching Question of the Day: How far is your Find Farthest from Home?
Geocachers definitely like to travel! Lots of interesting travel and holiday stories were shared. So here’s what we heard:
- Kari on G+ shared: 1600 miles. Nothing is very far when you live in the middle of North America.
- Tom shared: You got me beat, Kari, but not by much. 1,528 miles here, and for the same reason - I'm near the middle of the continent. Getting much farther away requires travel to remote places with extreme climates, or crossing an ocean or two.
- David on Twitter shared: 1,376 miles from home while in Jamaica on a cruise.
- Dora shared : 7,903 km (from BC Canada to Osaka Japan)
- Don on FB shared: 9,249 miles from home, between my home in the U.S. and a cache I found while on a trip to Australia. BTW, on another trip I have another in which I found 2 caches that were 9,226 miles apart... ON THE SAME DAY.
- Guy shared: 7417.31 Miles away found while I was deployed to Afghanistan –thank you for your service!
- My furthest is 4851, a virtual in France. I was chaperoning my nieces on a European trip in 2005 and also got my furthest North find in Northern Scotland about a week later!
As always, we really enjoyed hearing about geocaching adventures, and you can too, if you-