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  1. There are actually a couple attributes, "night cache" and "recommended at night", and "flashlight required" and "UV light required" might provide additional tips, but I haven't noticed that any of them are used consistently enough to be useful for a search. I've tried to do a search for night caches and haven't found a way that works very well. The best I've found is to go to some night caches you like and look to see if anyone's put them into a "night cache" bookmark list. If so, you might find a whole bookmark list full of night caches. The bad news is that the reason you're having trouble finding any is that there just aren't that many of them. Oh I just found the attributes, the icons on the right side of the page. I will search for those and watch out for bookmarks and lists if I can. Thanks.
  2. Is there any way to differentiate between day and night caches? What I would like to do is create a pocket query just looking for caches that are considered night caches (as opposed to caching at night). I haven't found an obvious way to do this via the query. Maybe there isn't one but I'm too new at this game to know any work around the queries. Thanks for your help.
  3. I've been caching for about a month now and I just picked up a TB. I hope I did the right thing. I logged the find on the TB's page I mentioned it on the cache's log as well I also didn't know when I was going to drop the TB because I don't specifically hunt for TB sized caches so I left a message in the TB's page indicating that I was going to drop it the following week. Was that OK?
  4. It may sound old fashioned but I dislike the Garmin to type notes. I just keep a paper log of each find - I can see where this would be difficult in the rain. But I'm new at all of this so if there are easier ways I'm all for it.
  5. Hello everyone, just became a member a few weeks ago and am a little overwhelmed by it all. I think I got the gist of the GPS and the hunt of the cache but I've been lurking to learn more about ... well everything.
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