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  1. I have revisited some local caches to show non-geocachers how to use a GPS in hopes they will join our game. And yes, I would revisit a cache to grab a bug or to trade again if a recent log revealed a treasure I would like to have. I would trade a treasure of value (not just rob the cache). As long as you're not a cache robber and log your re-visit in the form of a note, I see nothing wrong with multiple visits.
  2. I'm pretty new to this game (23 finds). Personally, I try to leave something in every cache that would be cool to find; ie. money clip from China, deck of "Iraqi's most-wanted" cards, unusual coins, AND a mc-toy or golf ball or some other trinket-type item. The treasure IS in the hunt, but it's nice to be remembered as "the guy who left a 1921 silver dollar." I guess I think in terms of gifts rather than equality.
  3. quote:Originally posted by Radman Version 2.0:MY RADMAN PHOTO FRAME! http://www.mi-geocaching.org/images/migo_sig_logo.jpg http://images.animfactory.com/animations/flags/u_s_states/michigan_fl_md_wht.gif "Michigan Geocaching At It's Best!" "If we don't succeed we run the risk of failure." - Dan Quayle
  4. The coolest signature item I've seen is a small, shelacked stone with the geocaching logo hand-painted with the name of the user (2 Jos Waypoint). I don't have a signature item, but if I could think of something really cool, I probably would.
  5. The largest cache I have come across weighs probably 10 tons...it's a whole fallen tree with a man-made cavity for the cache. Very cleverly done. "X-ray vission needed"
  6. LOL--don't sweat the dead stuff!..sept1c_tank
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