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  1. For my caches that are rather clever and not PNGs, I state in the description NOT to give any hints or clues or their log will quickly be deleted. Its to cover my rear and let them know up front.


    Thanks for this advice.... Added it to the cache page :unsure: It's only my fourth cache and I want them to be/stay quality rather than quantity :D

    I totally feel the same way. I don't want to work on a clever cache for days or weeks, just to have its location revealed by a log.

  2. I do not agree with the use of Pill Bottles They are brittle, they usually leak, and most of all, they can cause serious alarm in urban areas and to muggles to see someone messing with a hidden pill bottle or if a non-cacher finds a pill bottle by accident. If you want a micro, at least go to WalMart, K-Mart, Target, some place like that and get a matchstick holder for $1. They are made to be durable and waterproof. Bison tubes make good micros as well.


    A container I have found that works GREAT, is a shatterproof polycarbonate watertight box. Its made for storing cell phones, camera, GPS, etc... on camping, rafting trips. If they trust it to protect electronics, then I think it will protect a piece of paper. Its a little pricey, but you are not going to have to keep replacing broken containers or waste time to maintain them. Here is a link to one: http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?...uct_id=10928126

    It lists the price as almost $10.00, but at my WalMart it was only $6.48.


    My 2 cents.


  3. Once while we were digging through rocks in a ditch beside the road, a car stopped and ask if everything was OK? I said "NO! My friends threw my new BlackBerry out my window as a joke and I'm trying to find it! That's what the F**K is wrong!" They rolled up their window and drove away quickly. LMAO!

  4. We have a great cache in our backyard. It is called Lawrence Counties Largest Cache Container.. It is a steel 7 1/2' missle crate. In the description on the cache page we explain which house to park in and we have cachers at all times of the day and night, AND we love it!!! We have made some great friends in our backyard... We live in a town of 1250 people, and all our neighbors know its there so no reason to call the police.


    It also helps that we have a Halloween event in the back yard every year so that seems to ease the idea to local cachers that has not done the cache yet.


    I can see concerns with people in large cities that have trouble with things, but here the main problem always, Who is going to roll up the streets tonight??After all it is 8:30 PM.

    I don't mind home Caches like this one. I have actually seen this one and it is the largest one in Lawrence County! I wish we could have met KOH, but i don't think anyone was home. LOL. Now...I do have a problem finding a cache if it is right up on someone's house. We drove right by one that was in someone small fenced in yard in a cramped neighborhood with TONS of neighbor muggles, dogs, and kids.

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