Barontoo's Blogspot

Welcome on the webblog of Barontoo, the first Belgian blog listed as a WAYMARK. I started this blog in July 2005 in my mothertongue Dutch. But since it is listed as a Waymark I continue to write my comments in English. So take a look at it, post somewhere a comment and do not forget to log it! To do so click on the 1st link in the left frame hereunder and click then on "Visit Waymark (Post log)". Thanks!

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Locatie: Brussels, Belgium

Saturday December 24, 2005

Merry X-mas

To all cachers worldwide and all their beloved ones: a Merry Christmas!

Wednesday December 21, 2005

The great Robbery, a new event in Belgum!

On September 2 and 3, 2006 a mega-event is organised in Belgium. Starting today and till the event 3 caches will appear which, once you have found these, will help you to find the final cache of the event.
Today the first of these 3 caches was published on It is called "The Robber" (GCRNQB).
To view the description you will have to install the Cortona viewer. Do it, even if you are not coming to Belgium to find this cache. It is worth seeing how hints are hidden in this superb film. And if you do not find your way in the museum, do not hesitate to ask me a hint. You have to find 6 hints to be able to read the whole description of this cache. All WP's are laying in the center of Brussels.

Monday December 19, 2005

Coin Quest #215

A new coin in my collection

This morning I received the coin #215 I won in the Coin Quest (see hereunder).
I am posting a scan of these superb coin.

Friday December 9, 2005

The Coin Quest

On November 12 the Coin Quest started. This worldwide geocaching game interested me: winners would win a unique geocoin!
I started to look for caches with the requirements the quest needed. On December 7 I could log the 16th cache and I received the last part of the puzzle map. I did know already the final answer as all 3 Belgian cachers taking part in this quest worked together to find it.
So Merel won the 111st coin, Geowitch the 187th and I the 215th. We were proud to find our names between the many American cachers, some of Germany, the Netherlands and one from the UK. You will find the list of the winners here.