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where do you get logs?

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12 minutes ago, GeocachingGoku said:

where do you get logs

 

Do you mean logbooks (the paper where you log your visit, inside the cache container)?

You can do it on yourself... 

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11 minutes ago, GeocachingGoku said:

where do you get logs

I have a package of weatherproof paper for my laser printer. I've printed log sheets with cache note text (an edited version of the text provided by Groundspeak) in various sizes (narrow strips that fit Bison tubes, larger strips for match cases, still larger folded logs, etc.).

 

For larger containers, I've cut custom sized log books. I start with a composition book, mark out the size log I want, and then cut that size on my bandsaw. Be sure to use the kind of composition book with stitched binding, not a spiral-bound notebook. The spiral-bound pages tend to tear out over time, and then your log book is falling apart.

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1 hour ago, GeocachingGoku said:

where do you get logs

 

From trees. :laughing:

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1 hour ago, JL_HSTRE said:
3 hours ago, GeocachingGoku said:

where do you get logs

 

From trees. :laughing:

 

Actually, I made one...

 

Step 0: a wide-mouth bottle & a slice of a branch

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Step 1: tape, washers, screws, & slice of a branch

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Step 2: taping the slice of a branch to the bottle

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Step 3: gluing bark to the bottle

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Step 4: logbook, labeled lid, excess bark trimmed

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Step 5: cache hidden with lid out of view

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18 hours ago, niraD said:

 

Actually, I made one...

 

Step 0: a wide-mouth bottle & a slice of a branch

75934115-1f19-47f5-baf4-8b6342ef6c3d.jpg

 

Step 1: tape, washers, screws, & slice of a branch

de71249f-aeb7-4683-8f88-8651ca98252f.jpg

 

Step 2: taping the slice of a branch to the bottle

0be691a9-5d21-4f8a-9253-cb01335dad20.jpg

 

Step 3: gluing bark to the bottle

aec7eca5-e7fe-4434-aa0c-c88fbfbf6654.jpg

 

Step 4: logbook, labeled lid, excess bark trimmed

37ecaa62-3829-4b3f-bd1d-8d2f4d631520.jpg

 

Step 5: cache hidden with lid out of view

16a7259b-4fe2-4619-abbe-7c76a3236742.jpg

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Or you can buy them pre-made with a decon container built in...

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