Geocaching 101: Learn what it is, where to go, what you need and where to learn more!
Nicely done fake stump holding a hidden geocache. (instagram pics by geocachingvimmes stictched together by IBGeocaching) #IBGCp
Part of the fun of geocaching is the trading aspect which makes it seem more like a treasure hunt. Here are some geocaching swag ideas to get you started.
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Sneaky wing nut & washer nano geocache. Just remember this would have to go in an existing hole; you can't make holes for geocaches. #IBGCp
#16 Bring Tools of the Trade (TOTTs) to assist you with those tough finds.
The Cowboy code, the first code in Secret Code Book, by Frances W. Keene.
Moon alphabet, possible #geocache puzzle code idea.
Some great ideas here! 19 Ridiculously Creative Geocache Containers. Just get a ball from the Dollar Store, slice it open, and put a micro inside.
Besides the illicit materials, do not put bubbles, soap, or food in a geocache. DO put trading cards, foreign coins, glow sticks, toy farm animals, toy soldiers, toy bugs, plastic rings or any costume jewelry, small compasses, keychains, small LED flashlights, carabiners, matchbox cars, playing cards, small cache containers, small tools, balls, puzzles or games, emergency rain ponchos, small first aid kit, unique cookie cutters, ornaments