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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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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Hats Off to Caching

I think geocaching is the greatest thing since pre-sliced bread. It’s an excuse to go hiking, take pictures, be creative, be crafty, blog, journal, do some creative writing, be alone or meet people, learn history, solve puzzles, get dirty, or just add a little more adventure to life. What’s it worth to you to feel just a bit like Santa when you trade up, or walk into the woods empty-handed and return with a bag of trash? I love finding caches that take me places and show me things I would have otherwise missed. I treasure the opportunity to hide a cache while doing the things I enjoy. Chances are, someone else will enjoy those things too. Sometimes a great log entry can be a gift just waiting in your inbox. So I like hats, and I like caching, and therefore I give you the "Hats Off to Caching" puzzle. Many happy trails!


Brian the Red said...

I want to turn one of these loose in South Carolina, I've got a cheap plastic kid's fireman helmet that I'm going to cammo paint, attach a bisson tube and drop it in the local woods.

On geocaching.com would you like it if I titled it, Hats Off To Caching 2 or Hats Off To Caching SC to differentiate it between yours?

Renzo Tobias said...

Cool. Differentiate any way you please. Drop me a note when it's active and I'll become a watcher.

Brian the Red said...

Hats Off To Caching in South Carolina just went active this morning: GC1WJ4N


Joe said...

I think I can figure this out! Sweet!!

Anonymous said...

I've borrowed your PDF and made a version in Saskatchewan! As of Jan 25th it is not published yet, but here is the link for when it is. I look forward to finding the original on our next visit to Crystal Lake.

Sarah of Houlagans