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A rock, a waterproof match container, and good glue and you have this tough-to-find hide.

A rock, a waterproof match container, and good glue and you have this tough-to-find hide. Have this one 10 stars of finding stars?

This handmade nest and cache combo can be tucked into branches above the normal focal range for clues that encourage cachers not to count their eggs before they hatch.

19 Ridiculously Creative Geocache Containers

Here's a sneaky little use for a plastic nano geocache container. It's not bad though; the location makes it possible to find. At least it's not in a field!

Here's a sneaky little use for a plastic nano geocache container. the location makes it possible to find. At least it's not in a field!

A cool geocache in Kitchener Ontario.  I might want a good hint though; you could get in trouble if you dismantled a tap that wasn't the cache!

A cool geocache in Kitchener Ontario. I might want a good hint though; you could get in trouble if you dismantled a tap that wasn't the cache!

Down the tube! The hint was chains. (collage made from websta by pinterest.com/islandbuttons)

Instagram Post by Clint (@geocachingaussie)

Cleverly hidden We have done a couple of these as the top of chained-link fence posts

In a Pre-Cut Log | 19 Ridiculously Creative Geocache Containers

19 Ridiculously Creative Geocache Containers

Here's a great example of taking a black magnetic micro #geocache, and making it blend in perfectly to the surroundings.  Not just another-magnetic-cache-on-the-back-of-a-sign.

Instagram Post by Maggi (@maginnofoto)

Here's a great example of taking a black magnetic micro and making it blend in perfectly to the surroundings. Not just another-magnetic-cache-on-the-back-of-a-sign. Are you kidding me?

Sneaky fake grass nano #geocache.  I actually like the placement of this one; being sort of on a tree base, it makes it look a little out of place and therefore a better chance of the observant person finding it.  Hidden in a field?  Probably forget it till spring when all the real grass is yellow.

Instagram Post by Carl Bird (@geocachingvimmes)

Sneaky fake grass nano I actually like the placement of this one; being sort of on a tree base, it makes it look a little out of place and therefore a better chance of the observant person finding it.