What’s in Your Geopack? A Look Inside the Geocaching Bag
What's in my Geocaching Kit? by cindy_compton, via Flickr
Besides the illicit materials, do not put bubbles, soap, or food in a geocache. DO put trading cards, foreign coins, glow sticks, toy farm animals, toy soldiers, toy bugs, plastic rings or any costume jewelry, small compasses, keychains, small LED flashlights, carabiners, matchbox cars, playing cards, small cache containers, small tools, balls, puzzles or games, emergency rain ponchos, small first aid kit, unique cookie cutters, ornaments
Geocaching 101: Geocaching Glossary of Terms
Geocaching 101: Geocaching Glossary of Terms - Like & Repin. Noelito Flow. Noel http://www.instagram.com/noelitoflow
Geocaching display case. Wanted a cool place to store all the trinkets we find…
Part of the fun of geocaching is the trading aspect which makes it seem more like a treasure hunt. Here are some geocaching swag ideas to get you started.
Geocaching 101: Learn what it is, where to go, what you need and where to learn more!
Lucky Penny Charms- intended as Geo-swag, but would be cute SWAPs as well!
How To Start Geocaching As A Family
How To Start Geocaching As A Family Now! It's a fun outdoor activity for families, ideal for summer and fall.
Geocaching Supplies for the Beginner Geocacher
Geocaching Supplies for the Beginner Geocacher - Peanuts or Pretzels Travel #Geocaching #Supplies #TravelCaching
Well THAT cache was hard to find, but fun! #geocache #geocaching #geocachefinds…