Monthly Archives: October 2013

Our first cache has been published… oh wait its been found already!

I wanted to write about the excitement at having a cache published and the nail biting time spent waiting for someone to find it but the two events actually happened very close together so they can be covered in a … Continue reading

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Creating the cache listing and submitting for review

With our first cache ready (see The seeker becomes a hider… its time, Flash don’t melt – Choosing and preparing cache containers, You get out what you put in! – What to put in a geocache and Final touches to … Continue reading

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Final touches to our first cache

With the container and its contents now ready for our first cache the list of things left to do was slowly getting shorter. Probably one of the most important jobs to be done when setting a new cache is to … Continue reading

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You get out what you put in! – What to put in a geocache

With the container for my first cache sorted (see Flash don’t melt – Choosing and preparing cache containers ), next on my list to consider was what needed to go in it. Well the minimum requirement is to put some … Continue reading

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Flash don’t melt – Choosing and preparing cache containers

When it comes to choosing a container for a geocache the possibilities are endless. You can get as creative as you like and use almost anything that you have to hand as long as you consider a few basic rules. … Continue reading

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