As regular readers will know, I’m a big fan of a piece of software called the Geocaching Swiss Army Knife (or GSAK) and recommend it to any serious geocacher. At its most basic, it’s a database for geocaches which you can use to generate advanced find statistics. But its flexibility means you can do a lot more with it, from speeding up your cache logging through the use of templates, to planning a day out.
One of the great things about GSAK is uncovering these really powerful, time-saving features that make geocaching less about administration and planning, and more about going out there and finding Tupperware. read more