October 2010

aeolian organ images

fieldwork, jesse stewart's aeolian organ
fieldwork, jesse stewart's aeolian organ
fieldwork, jesse stewart's aeolian organ

fieldwork has become a geocaching site!

Over the weekend I was approached by a couple of geocachers to make fieldwork a geocache location.  For those of you who don't know about geocaching visit their site.  Basically, it is like a global treasure hunt.  Things are left at a 'cache' at specific locations that are found with GPS coordinates.  Geocache members (it is free) can find locations in their area, or in areas they might be travelling to/through.  As of two days ago fieldwork has become a geocache site and already a few geocachers have discovered the site and the 'cache'. What a great way to introduce a new group of people to fieldwork!

What geocaching and fieldwork have in common is a spirit of discovery, exploration, surprise and the 'gift' of a wonder-ful experience for everyone..  These have always been fundamental to the fieldwork experience.