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Please describe a 'secure'cache'.


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Hey all, First time we ever picked up a geo-coin in a cache. Instructions recommend leaving it in a 'secure cache'. To me, that is one that isn't easily seen by muggles or one that is remote. Am I correct, or is there a true definition of 'secure' cache? Thanks, PiratePamm & Greyhatt

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Hey all, First time we ever picked up a geo-coin in a cache. Instructions recommend leaving it in a 'secure cache'. To me, that is one that isn't easily seen by muggles or one that is remote. Am I correct, or is there a true definition of 'secure' cache? Thanks, PiratePamm & Greyhatt

 

A secure cache has a low chance of being muggled.

 

Some examples of really secured caches:

Caches you have to ask for behind the counter in a store

Caches that are directly in front of a store, and brought in a night

Caches that are physically locked with a locking device of some kind.

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Caches you have to ask for behind the counter in a store

Caches that are directly in front of a store, and brought in a night

There aren't many like that nor should there be because that is close to breaking the commercial guidelines.

 

A secure cache is one that is not out in the open or easily found. I usually stick with ammo cans or good lock n locks. A cheap container will allow in moisture which is not good for some trackables.

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