Let's Get Started

You and I going to raise the bar for geocaching swag, without spending a lot of money. I know the journey is supposed to be the reward, but come on. If you want McToys buy a meal. Hunt micros if you need no tangible reward. I want treasure.
Now let's make some.
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Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Code Wheel


Overkill...what's that? You never know when you might need to translate from Morse Code to semaphore to sign language to ASCII to ROT13 and back again. Just in case, this is the only code wheel you'll need. Trouble cutting circles? For templates the larger circle is a 26 oz Campbell soup can and the smaller is an 11 oz'er. Download the 2M pdf here and UNIR SHA: http://renzotobias.googlepages.com/codewheel.pdf
Paper fastener: $0.01
Lamination: $0.25
TOTAL: $0.26

2 comments:

Rabe said...

Great idea and nicely realised! Thank you very much!

It would be perfect, if there were the letter values A=1, B=2... printed in the letter fields of one ring and A=26, B=25... printed in those of the other ring. ;-)

jolly_green1 said...

Hi I like this one I made a decoder that I downloaded from

http://geocacher-u.com/content/view/69/35/

I shrunk it down and copied and laminated them and even put basic instructions on back and I use them as trading items.

A decoder that has A = 1 type can be downloaded at

http://home.comcast.net/~troop396/pdffiles/codewheel.pdf

Thanks and GOD Bless you all

Kenneth