I’ve previously written an article on what NOT to place in a geocache (and why) and included a few suggestions of what actually makes a good trade item. In this post I’d like to answer another question we’ve been asked numerous times. Where can I find decent swag / trade items? Inexpensive trade items (note, I […]
A Journal of our Geocaching experiences
As a Geocacher, you know that one of the things that can make finding a cache fun is the treasure, the goodies, the swag, the trade items that you might discover (especially for younger hunters). If you’ve been geocaching for a while, you probably also know that the quality and appropriateness of swag can vary […]
So you’ve been Geocaching for a while now, you’ve found your share of tricky and clever geocaches and you feel that you’re ready to try your hand at hiding your first cache. One of the most important decisions you’re going to make is choosing the right kind of container for your hide. Containers come in […]
Okay, before I even get started, let me say that this is a rant hidden in a question. It’s a pet peeve on a genuinely trivial topic and I acknowledge that before I get ramped up. What metaphor do you use to describe Geocaching? I’ve seen: A high-tech game of hide and seek A high-tech […]
We recently got a question sent to us from listener Rainer asking about Trekking Poles. Here was our response: Hey there! Well we certainly wouldn’t consider ourselves experts, but here’s our take on it. I (Sonny) like the adjustable aspect. Some models twist and some use push buttons. Find the ones that adjust easily. When […]
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