Welcome to The 3 Geeks Outdoor Store

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To see all of the Geocaching gear we sell, please click on the link above for STORE.

We are located in the Bedford, Nova Scotia. If you would like to pick up your order to save on shipping costs or just browse through the items please send us an email or call to arrange a time!

If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions about the store or would like to place an order without signing up for an account just send us an email with all of the information and we will be able to process your order!

The 3 Geeks Outdoor Store is an Official Geocaching.com dealer and Coin Producer!

One of the things that I love about Geocaching is the way it not only inspires people to get outdoors, but also encourages them to be more observant. While you may think that the interest to hunt for the cache will end with you, this is often not the case.

Not only will you need to find the cache in order to get a good reward, you’ll also want to find the cache that you are not able to find the first time. However, geocaching offers some challenges. Geocaching takes more effort to locate a new cache because the more people that you are familiar with, the harder it is to find your own.

There is another challenge to finding your own cache, and this is how to track changes over time. You don’t want to go back and look at old caches to find the same area again. What’s great about geocaching is that you can go back and look at caches and compare track logs from different geocachers to see where other geocachers did things differently.

Now, it doesn’t take a lot of time to find a cache. However, this can get tedious, especially if you have a large area you need to cover. You may also find yourself looking for a particular geocache, but it is usually just a matter of trial and error. But you don’t have to worry because there are resources available to help you find a cache faster.

For example, if you find a cache in an area, log of Geocache Daily where other geocachers find that cache. This information can be very helpful to you, because you can use it to find out where other geocachers locate a cache. This also gives you some idea of what other geocachers may find in your area.

When you are trying to find a cache, you can also log to track changes to see what else has changed in that area. For example, if you find a track change, you may want to re-consider that area because it may be a location that is more difficult to find. If you do a little bit of research, you can find this out for sure. The web also gives you access to other information, such as when other geocachers came across a cache, and how fast they found the cache.

If you are interested in geocaching, then why not try it? Geocaching is a great way to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. It is one of the few things that are guaranteed to keep you inspired and trying.