If you have purchased geocache containers from me in the past then you know that the log sheets that I put them have my logo at the top. I have kept the same colors and used the same 'G' in mine so they look very similar. With room for 80 signatures on the 1" log sheet this will save you time and money in the long run.
Every now and then you come across a geocache that is so amazing that you have to sit down. But before you get inside you may question its mundane outer shell. Not too bad for a geocache not near any major city or monument.
The cycle route follows some of the most stunning scenery on the National Cycle Network. Highlights include the Glen Ogle viaduct on the railway path between Lochearnhead and Killin. The Rob Roy Way is 77 or 94 miles dependent on route choice.
Got a lot of type 1 diabetes waste building up? Not all of it has to go in the trash—here are a handful of clever ways D-parents and people with diabetes have found to reuse and repurpose test strip containers after the goods are gone. A test strip container is just the right size for a few needles, a small spool of thread, tiny sewing scissors, pins, and safety pins.
Caches are variable but most are small containers, which have in them a logbook and pen or pencil. Some boxes contain items known as trackables or what is known as travel bugs, which are taken and left in different caches around the world. Some trackables have a destination of choice, which is listed on-line by the person who originally placed it.
Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunt game that can be played by anyone who has a GPS-enabled device such as a smartphone. There are caches all over the world, from America to Afghanistan to Antarctica. Caches come in many different shapes and sizes, from old film canisters to Tupperware containers to plastic buckets.
Getting excited for my first trip to Vegas! Goin in June, staying at the Planet Hollywood and imperial palace! During our non gambling or drinking hours, we enjoy geocaching! We love to geocache around Vegas.