I Geocache also. I downloaded the $10 GPS Geocache Official site program to my phone. I get all the info on sites, log in my finds, if maintenance is needed etc. I have never trespassed on a hunt. It is fun hiking and looking for the clue for the cache. I find them all along highways in rest areas. A great way to walk the dogs and stretch the legs.
Some are micro caches and you can sit at a picnic table and not be aware your 2 inches from a cache. Plain fun and ingenious methods to hide them make for a fun outing, planned or spur of the moment. And yes I bag trash and haul it out.
posted on 08/08/2013 2:06:02 PM PDT
I’ve never even seen a Geocache on private property; there are enough parks around so they’re not needed, and in northern NJ there are large state parks that are used to hide them.
Because I appeal to the children’s greed about what they might find, they don’t like micros.
Beware of muggles!
posted on 08/08/2013 2:49:15 PM PDT
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