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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Fingerprint Doodles - 3/31/21

Here's today's post from Ol'Fogie: 

This Washington State puzzle requires finding info in seemingly mindless doodling.

Put on your forensic investigation hat and check out these...


Swirls and Whirls - CSI Time?


Tomorrow we'll...

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Combining Subjects - 3/30/21

 Today's post contributed by Ol'Fogie reads:

A few years ago yomegranate, jacktn and I went on a caching run in Georgia to

celebrate Jack’s birthday. We stumbled across this puzzle that immediately caught

my interest in both math and history. As a student I always loved both subjects

so I was pretty excited to get edumacated in some...


Geometric History


Tomorrow we'll ...


Monday, March 29, 2021

Too Much Pie - 3/29/21

My school isn't having an actual Spring Break this year, but fellow puzzler Ol'Fogie is helping me take a little time off here at GPotD. Here's what he has prepared for us today:

Today’s Tennessee puzzle is all about pies. Lemon, chocolate, cherry, cinnamon, strawberry -  and all with whipped cream! So, here’s a chance to exercise your brain if not your body as you...


Stuff It In Your Pie Hole


Tomorrow we'll...


Sunday, March 28, 2021

Disjointed Title - 3/28/21

 Ol'Fogie is my guest puzzle picker this week, and here's what he had to say about today's puzzle:

Much of the time puzzle cache titles have something to do with the puzzle itself. Often they are even a clue to solving. But then there are times when the title has absolutely nothing to do with the mystery and refers to the final hidey hole. This is one such Georgia cache where the title points to the location of the final at...

The Lonely Tree


Tomorrow we'll...

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Dragon Slayer - 3/27/21

Under normal circumstances I'd be having a Spring Break about now, so I'm going to take a little time off this week and let fellow puzzler Ol'Fogie take the wheel. Here's what he has prepared for us today:


Today we feature a simple maze from British Columbia. Did you know that the patron saint of England, Saint George, was not English at all? He was a Roman soldier born around 275 AD. The tale of his dragon slaying has been told in many ways through art, music, books and now via...


St Georges - A Knight Cache


Tomorrow we'll...


 

Friday, March 26, 2021

Classic - 3/26/21

Today's puzzle takes us back to Croatia.  I admit that I haven't finished this one yet, but I've been having fun with it and am going to get some friends to listen in and see if they can help.  I hope you'll get a few grins out of:

Geocachers sing Classic (badly)

Tomorrow we'll ...

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Cipherdelic - 3/25/21

Today let's pay a visit to North Carolina for a pair of puzzles from a series that was passed along to me a while back:

Cipherdelic #1 

Cipherdelic #3

Tomorrow we'll ...

Puppy Love - 3/24/21

Today's Rhode Island puzzle is one I shared back in 2015.  Apparently yesterday was National Puppy Day, which sounds like something worth celebrating with a little:

Puppy Love

Tomorrow we'll ...

 

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Good News or Bad? - 3/23/21

Today's puzzle takes us to Minnesota, home of the Twins and Vikings teams my husband grew up rooting for and which we still enjoy watching.  It's only a couple more weeks until the Twins opening day, and we can't help wonder whether this year will bring:

Good News or Bad?

Tomorrow we'll ...

Monday, March 22, 2021

Zero In - 3/22/21

Today's Arkansas puzzle just requires you to:

Zero In 🎯

Tomorrow we'll ...

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Another slice? - 3/21/21

Today's Maryland puzzle is a reboot of one I helped the CO with, back closer to his home territory. Hope you're ready for:

Another Slice of Cherry Pi 

Tomorrow we'll ...

Saturday, March 20, 2021

Worldwide Quilting Day - 3/20/21

My apologies for the late posting ... I didn't have anything in the queue and I was zonked last night.  Let's celebrate Worldwide Quilting Day with this Maine puzzle I first shared back in 2016:

88 Piano Keys, Note C# (Cryptic Quilt) 

Tomorrow we'll ...

Friday, March 19, 2021

Equinox - 3/19/21

Today's Texas puzzle was passed along to me a few weeks ago, and I figured it would be great to share it today, just in time for Saturday's:

🌘 Equinox 🌘

Tomorrow we'll ...


Thursday, March 18, 2021

Simon Says - 3/18/21

When I took a look at this Tennessee puzzle that popped up yesterday, I realized the posted coords were very close to the (now closed) restaurant where my husband and I had our first dinner date back in 1988.  I think I still have one of their matchbooks in a drawer somewhere. Since we're only one day past the day in question, I figured it was still OK to play:

Simon Says - St. Patrick's Day 

Tomorrow we'll ...

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Ides of March (+1) - 3/16/21

OK, I admit I'm a day late with this one, but I'm sending you to Pennsylvania for a belated acknowledgement of the:

Ides of March

Tomorrow we'll celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Texas.

 

Monday, March 15, 2021

Perseverance Parachute - 3/15/21

I wasn't expecting to end up in Croatia for it, but I knew if I kept looking I'd spot a puzzle based on the:

Perseverance Parachute

Tomorrow we'll ...

Sunday, March 14, 2021

Happy Pi Day! - 3/14/21

I'm sure there will be a plethora of new pi-related puzzles being published today, so I'm thinking I'll wait and see if there are any that catch my eye and feature them in the coming weeks.  Instead, I'll post a Pennsylvania puzzle by my good friend captainmath, host of the longest consective series of Pi-Day geocaching events anywhere.  The streak continues with an event today and I look forward to the time when I'll finally be able to join him at one of these events.  Today's puzzle was part of a pi-shaped geo-art that he published on this day back in 2016:

Easy as Pi 09: Are You Happy Now?

In most of the U.S., if you haven't already, don't forget to "spring ahead" with your clock today! 

Tomorrow we'll ...

Saturday, March 13, 2021

Berlin - 3/13/21

Today we travel to the UK for a puzzle about:

Berlin 

Tomorrow we'll ...

Friday, March 12, 2021

March Madness - 3/12/21

It was exactly one year ago that the ramifications of the Covid-19 pandemic really started to hit home for me.  At the beginning of the week it all still felt pretty far away, but by this Thursday everything started changing so rapidly that just about the time I began wrapping my head around one big change or cancellation, something else had happened. I know we're not out of the woods yet, but it's good to see that we're making progress. Today's puzzle takes us to California, and when it was passed along to me I knew this would be the perfect time to share it with you. I hope you'll enjoy the "Three Point Play" in:

Off the Grid

Tomorrow we'll ...

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Alea Iacta Est - 3/10/21

With just a few days to go until the Ides of March, it feels like a reasonable time to share this Texas puzzle:

🎲 Alea Iacta Est 🎲 

Tomorrow we'll ...

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Perseverance - 3/9/21

Today's California puzzle was actually featured back in 2013, but I think the time is right to share it again.  The recent Mars rover landing has been all over the news, but this puzzle involves a different sort of:

Perseverance

Tomorrow we'll ...

Monday, March 8, 2021

Man's Best Friend - 3/8/21

 Today's puzzle from Canada's Nova Scotia province is:

NS81 - T4D2.5 - Mans Best Friend

Tomorrow we'll ... 

Sunday, March 7, 2021

Vulcan - 3/7/21

Today's puzzle takes us to South Dakota.  It's been a while since I read any science fiction, but since we've been catching up on "The Expanse," I decided I'd work my way through the series of books as well, and I'm enjoying them so far. Try your luck with this puzzle based on a different vision of space in the future:

Star Trek: Vulcan

Tomorrow we'll ...


Saturday, March 6, 2021

Keep In Touch - 3/6/21

Today's brand new California puzzle was passed along to me this evening. I always enjoy hearing from other puzzlers who:

Keep In Touch

Tomorrow we'll ...

Friday, March 5, 2021

Science - 3/5/21

Today's Oregon puzzle was passed along to me by two different puzzlers who thought it might be a good one for you. See if you can sort out:

A-Z-----Science

Tomorrow we'll ...

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Horsing around - 3/4/21

Today we travel to Australia for a cache that's part of a new horse-themed geoart.  I will probably go back and look at more of them, but the first one to catch my eye was:

Horse #57: Celebrity Horses 

Tomorrow we'll ...

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Sticks - 3/3/21

Today's New York puzzle isn't in the most urban location, but I don't think I'd say that it's out in the:

Sticks

Tomorrow we'll ...

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Ben and Ted's Bet - 3/2/21

Today is a great day to visit this California puzzle from a few years back.  It's all about:

Ben and Ted's Bet

Tomorrow we'll ...

Monday, March 1, 2021

When we were older - 3/1/21

Today's puzzle takes us to Massachusetts. See if you can figure out who we were:

When We Were Older 

Tomorrow we'll ...