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A local celebrity, a Geocacher and an astronaut make for the farthest Geocache ever!

One thing I love about Geocaching is it gets me out to places that I may have never known about or ventured to if it wasn’t for the little treasure at the end of hunt. But, sometimes, there are treasures that I would love to find, but they are in places that at this time are impossible for me to reach.

Geocaching in Space (Michael Barratt)

This is where local celebrity, Astronaut Michael Barratt, comes into my world. You see Michael Barratt is a fellow Geocacher, and in a few days, he will be docking at the space station with Geocaching in mind and is set to do the farthest Geocache ever. To me, this is exciting as it leads to other Geocaching opportunities in the future, maybe Mars? Where will it lead? Where will it end? To me, I hope there is no spot too far in the universe that won’t one day be able to try to find a cache hidden by some fellow adventurer.

Thanks, Michael, for stretching our limits to where we may go one day and I hope you have a good trip and an even better time Geocaching in space.


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Comment balloon 6 commentsRespect Realty LLC • November 25 2010 03:33PM


Todd, What will the coordinate set be? :) Have a great Thanksgiving.

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) over 8 years ago

I thought you were going to say you were giving him your cell phone to cache it.

Posted by Ross Quintana, Real E Smarter Real Estate Coach - 509-362-1966 (Real E Smarter) over 8 years ago


That's not hard those little 3 cylinder wonders couldn't keep up wit the speed limit going slightly up hill or into a stiff breeze!

Some thing tells me you might know what I'm talking about, but that I have no idea of what you're speaking of.


Posted by William J. Archambault, Jr. (The Real Estate Investment Institute ) over 8 years ago

Is it really "geocaching" when you're no longer on the "geo"?

Posted by Jim Hale, Eugene Oregon's Best Home Search Website (ACTIONAGENTS.NET) over 8 years ago

Geocaching is now universal, or at least out of this world.  Can you do a blog on the sport of geocaching?  It has become quite popular.  What equipment do you need?

Posted by Rick Obst over 8 years ago

William Geocaching is like a treasure hunt with GPS coordinates. Here is a link to a YouTube video about it.

Rick, I will work on that, that should be an easy one.

Posted by Respect Realty LLC, Brokers - Oregon / SW Washington Real Estate (Respect Realty LLC) over 8 years ago

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