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GEO

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for the Republic of Georgia. The code is used for transactions to and from Georgian bank accounts and for international shipping to Georgia. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Register your find at the geocaching Web site, and e-mail the person who hid the cache to let them know you found it.
Dixon (2007) describes educational activities built around the use of geocaching. One of the activities she describes is a trip to the zoo, in which a teacher marked a number of locations at the zoo as waypoints.
Geocaching.com even offers GeoTours of places as disparate as Helena, Mont., where 38 geocaches are hidden, and Williamson, W.Va., where there are 150.
Natural The lobby is inspired by the natural habitat for Geocaching: nature.
What exactly is geocaching? Picture a dusty Tupperware container, slightly hidden under leaves, placed between two rocks a short walk from the street.
Archer's clever use of geocaching proves that the light puzzle mystery can be successfully incorporated into a hard-boiled novel with aplomb.
Leicha Bragg describes geocaching, which combines technology, treasure hunting and mathematics, and results in purposeful, authentic and engaging mathematics.
Like every outdoor sport, geocaching is geared toward the individual spirit, and each person can make as little or as much of it as they want.
Geocaching is an amazing opportunity to go somewhere new and try an extreme sport.
Geocaching refers to an outdoor scavenger hunt where participants use a Global Positioning System-enabled (GPS) device (see Box 1), such as a hand-held GPS receiver or smartphone, to navigate to a geographic site and discover a cache (a container with a logbook, information, or a trinket).
There are many different geocaching information websites.
Geocaching at Camp: A Crash Course in Treasure Hunts, Puzzles, and Teamwork