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My cousin got me started geocaching. She inspired me to hide my first two in my home town. She even climbed to the first Mount Everest base camp and located the cache there. by itosukai May 16

Well I have hidden 16 caches at the movement but right now its a bit too much snow around. by grundtvig4 Feb 1

I too dislake caches where you have to take great risks and prefer caches which are nicly placed and where you can sign on a dry pice of paper. by grundtvig4 Feb 1

Nice. We have found a few but have hid none. We love the historical finds, HATE micros. Often they are so difficult to locate and not very interesting. Team Wolfseekers! by jadams Jun 2

Matchbox or film canister should be the smallest. Magnet key holders are ok too. by geo_48 May 25

We are begginners ; we enjoyed this one : la roche de Longemor N 48° 08.521 E 006° 42.518 ;-) by nath88 May 24

I do hide them occationally. I love the ones that really are creative and unusual.. BUT I absolutly DISPISE micros, especially in trees or rock. I believe caches should be hard to hide, not impossible to find by mrdiamond May 24

It has been a couple years since we hid a cache. We do have a couple travel bugs out there. But, I haven't checked on them lately. by georgebrett May 24

I think a cool idea would be to integrate social networking (e.g. gowalla or stickybits with geocaching). For example, put note for a gowalla location. At the gowalla location, put note for the final cache coordinates. by mdelaplane Dec 13

Simply one of the coolest things of our time. A game most people don't even know is going on around them... by the_third_man Dec 11

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