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New to geocaching? These tips will help show you the ropes.

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Bring Tools of the Trade (TOTTs) to assist you with those tough finds. Guess we will have to update our geocaching bag :) Geocaching Containers, New Hobbies, Outdoor Fun, Just In Case, Edc, Treasure Hunting, Hiking, Geo Cache Ideas, Survival Guide

#16 Bring Tools of the Trade (TOTTs) to assist you with those tough finds.

13 tips for geocaching beginners Lathe Projects, Wood Turning Projects, Wood Projects, Woodworking Projects, Wood Router, Cnc Router, Wood Lathe, Geocaching, Board Game Geek

#15 Write great logs! Geocache owners and other geocachers love to read about your experience.

13 tips for geocaching beginners Girl Scout Activities, Camping Activities, Craft Activities, Girl Scout Leader, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Grimm, Geocaching Containers, Difficult Puzzles

#13 A trackable is a game piece that moves from geocache to geocache. If you find one, don't hang on to it. Keep it moving!

13 tips for geocaching beginners Geocaching, Outdoor Fun, Hiking Outdoor, Auction Projects, Welding Projects, Gps Navigation, New Hobbies, Family Kids, Go Outside

#7: When you're within about 30 feet/10 meteres of the geocache, put your phone/GPS down and search with your eyes and hands.

If you find a wet/damaged/full logbook, you can add a new one. Some cachers carry extra log sheets in ziplock bags with them while caching for this purpose. *If you can*, leave the original in the container and let the owner know. Geocaching Containers, Swag Ideas, Finding Treasure, Favorite Pastime, Get Outside, Cool Diy, Summer Fun, Helpful Hints, Treasure Hunting

#2: If you find a wet/damaged/full logbook, you can add a new one. *If you can*, leave the original in the container to let the owner know.

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