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05 June 2007 @ 12:10 am
geocaching  
Tried geocaching again, with davidg666 this time. Success! We looked for three and found two - Iveagh Cache and I is for Injection. We've since looked at the log entries for the failed one, Castle Rock, and will hunt for it again, now that we have a few more clues.

Both of the ones we found were microcaches - very small containers with just enough space for a log page, and a pencil in I for Injection. We found Iveagh Cache very quickly. I for Injection took a bit longer because we started looking on the wrong side of the road.

So, 66% success rate today, and 20% success rate for me total.

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ION, I maded you another lolgod.
 
 
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a very caring potato: bookcrossingmollydot on June 5th, 2007 07:25 am (UTC)
I'd planned on releasing a BC book in a cache, but no way it was fitting in either of those!
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a very caring potatomollydot on June 5th, 2007 02:32 pm (UTC)
It would have to be very, very small!
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a very caring potatomollydot on June 5th, 2007 02:34 pm (UTC)
*bows*
Yeah, if you know a couple off-hand, tell me. I presume I can get rough info from the site, so don't worry if you can't think of any.
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a very caring potatomollydot on June 5th, 2007 02:38 pm (UTC)
Well, it involves a computer...
It's geeky treasure hunting. There's a website that gives you GPS coordinates of a "cache" - a small box containing stuff. If the box is big enough, there'll probably be something you can take, and you can leave something for the next person. I'd like to combine it with bookcrossing and leave books in them, but the two I've found are far too small. That piece of paper in the photo is all that would fit in one, and the other held paper and a very small pencil.

The main site for it is http://www.geocaching.com/